FOUR AIRPLANES by Dorothy Baruch

FOUR AIRPLANES

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KIRKUS REVIEW

They were red and yellow and blue and white -- and they flew over farms and houses and city streets and water. The chief value of the book lies in the combination of recurrent rhythms of words, sounds, etc. and the recognition element in identification of the things the airplanes view and familiar objects in the child's horizons. Very slight text with pictures in bold flat colors, decorative simulation of a child's own natural way of drawings.

Publisher: Holiday House