THE RED WOOL MAN by Edna Luginbuhl

THE RED WOOL MAN

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Scooped up by a ""little breeze"" that takes it ""dancing out the window,"" a ball of red wool takes a sketchily boyish form and discovers during a day's adventure that he is ""as strong as a horse and as brave as a lion and as quick as a fox and as wise as an owl and as busy as a bee"" and finally, settled for the night in a scarecrow's pocket, ""as quiet as a mouse."" The pictures, bright, blotter-like splotches, are still more than this saccharine whimsy deserves.

Publisher: Abelard-Schuman