DON'T GO INTO THE WOODS TODAY by Doris Miles Disney

DON'T GO INTO THE WOODS TODAY

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Little Red Riding Hood Jenny goes into the woods to read some of her Thornton W. Burgess books to Allan Lowell, dull normal on the south end of an I.Q. -- and the only wood you've got to chop is whether it's Allan who is responsible for the disappearance of a somewhat older girl or the married man she's not had sense enough to avoid. . . . You know Miss Disney -- you know her girls -- and this is another small town, household pet styled curiosity-cat killer.

Pub Date: May 10th, 1974
Publisher: Doubleday