TIME FOR SPRING by Crockett Johnson

TIME FOR SPRING

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Irene is quite ready for spring, but the weather isn't. She's tired of sledding and sliding and doesn't even seem very excited when a snow man she builds comes alive. She just wishes he'd go away (which would mean spring had arrived)- a pity when he does for he was such a nice fellow. Again Crockett Johnson's stolid drawings have the squirrel cheeked people who look just faintly surprised.
Pub Date: March 30th, 1957
Publisher: Harper
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Kirkus Reviews Issue: March 1st, 1957




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