STUFF AND NONSENSE by Edgar Parker
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STUFF AND NONSENSE

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A toad who wants to get married -- a gibbon who is a dandy --a shrewmouse who runs a charm school are only a few of the delightful animals introduced in rhythmic verses that are equally humorous and imaginative. The sing-song tempo combines with the farcical situations to produce a sprightly, gay atmosphere that no hard-to-read word can diminish. Children who may not understand every word will be almost as captivated as their more sophisticated friends. Light and fluffy fare for the entertainment hour.

Pub Date: Sept. 15th, 1961
Publisher: Pantheon