A DANGEROUS DAY FOR MRS. DODDLEPUNK by Dorothy Dodworth

A DANGEROUS DAY FOR MRS. DODDLEPUNK

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A fresh and rather pointed version of an old story- bad boy vs. good girl- brings a new artist's picture story talents out for a first performance. Mrs. Doodlepunk is seven and her nemesis Mr. Frizzboy is eight and after he has harried her and her baby doll with frogs and apples, she gets back at him rather neatly by dousing him with tea. A very short text accompanies the pictures- bare of unimportant details, and both are coordinated sharply and effectively.

Pub Date: Sept. 7th, 1954
Publisher: Young Scott