BOZY AND ALL THE CHILDREN by Dorothy Ivens

BOZY AND ALL THE CHILDREN

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A fairy tale in pictures, and about as light as they come, cross sections a town made up entirely of children and tells what happens to them when a big, lovable dog named Bozy comes into their midst. Bozy wins their affections so completely that after his near loss through an accident, the children decide to make him king. A small fiesta rather than a book, and the author's populated drawings illustrate the participants in all manners of activity. Back wn and glued sturdily.

Publisher: Viking