HECTOR, The Old Clothes Collector by Edward Ernest

HECTOR, The Old Clothes Collector

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Hertor's singing was the joy of the children of the neighborhood -- and the one outlet for his secret ambition to be an opera singer. But when the opportunity came for him to sing over the radio, he got a bad attack of mike fright, and it was only when one of the children suggested that he needed his natural background, of his old clothes cart and his pony and his children's audience, that the problem was solved.

Pub Date: Aug. 13th, 1941
Publisher: Longmans, Green