MCELLIGOT'S POOL by Dr. Seuss
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MCELLIGOT'S POOL

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Utterly enchanting nonsense tale, which children and grown-ups will equally claim. Particularly fishermen, of any age. A small boy drops a fishing line in a farmer's pool and ignores the farmer's scornful comment on the kinds of things he will find in the pool. His imagination plays, instead, with the kinds of things the pool might provide -- and the pictures are wonderful,- superb drawing, beautiful color, lots of humor in double page spreads throughout.
Pub Date: Sept. 12th, 1947
ISBN: 0394800834
Page count: 62pp
Publisher: Random House
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Kirkus Reviews Issue: Oct. 1st, 1947




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