CAMP AT LOCKJAW by David McCord

CAMP AT LOCKJAW

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A brief encounter with Mr. and Mrs. Sunwise, their offspring-Richard and Janet, and their guest, Mr. Snivvely, which pinpoints the discomfort- and distaste- experienced by Mr. Snivvely during his stay at the Camp at Lockjaw, Maine. Mr. Snivvely, as he laves his neck with citronella, sleeps on ""pines and needles"", eyes with consternation cum contempt the tomatoes and tinned salmon, indulges in the primitiveness of a picnic, and spends white nights and black days is an appealingly appalled figure.

Publisher: Doubleday