BUZZY BEAR AND THE RAINBOW by Dorothy Marine

BUZZY BEAR AND THE RAINBOW

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Armed with a kitchen pot, the hero of Buzzy Bear Goes South (1961- p. 8) is now chasing rainbows and not without luck. Though his parents and friends warn him that the proverbial pot of gold is only a fable, Buzzy is as determined as he is guillible. Having ""reached"" the end of the rainbow, Buzzy climbs a tree and to the astonishment of everyone-finds his pot of gold, golden honey that is, much more valuable to bears anyhow. Buzzy's faith and good humor are as beguiling as ever.

Pub Date: April 2nd, 1962
Publisher: Watts