GIGI by Elizabeth Foster
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GIGI

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Gigi, best loved of all the merry-go-round horses on the Wurstelprater in vienna was also the little Emperor's favorite. His adventures are told most charmingly, from these happy early days through many changes of fortune to his very unusual fate on the lawn of an American lady's estate when the gypsies rescue him. Though the pictures were not seen, the selection of lies Bischoff as illustrator seems right for Gigi's story; should find a wide evidence among the readers of 7 - 10. Also good to read around.

Pub Date: Oct. 17th, 1943
Publisher: Houghton, Mifflin