HOLIDAY FOR HELPERS by Dorothy Westlake Andrews

HOLIDAY FOR HELPERS

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Janet Smalley has made the pictures and Dorothy Andrews told the story of how the Sunday School kindergarten children repaid their daddies for making their room such a happy sunshiny place. They plan a party and invite the fathers, who represent various occupational activities in the small town. As the children make the rounds to deliver the invitations, they see their daddies at work- one is a milkman, one a policeman, one a fireman, one a postman, and so on. Each chapter ends with a text and Bible reference.

Pub Date: Oct. 17th, 1949
Publisher: Westminster