THE RED DOOR by Edith Raymond Locke

THE RED DOOR

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KIRKUS REVIEW

From small brownstone to one of the upper floors of a modern high-rise apartment-- Peter accepted the move with total aplomb. There was only one problem: all the accoutrements of his old bedroom were the same, except that now he just had a plain white door instead of the special big red door he had before. The book may be of some comfort to a very young child who is bewildered at the prospect of moving; however the device of the door seems rather artificial and offhand.

Pub Date: Oct. 21st, 1965
Publisher: Vanguard