MOVING DAY FOR THE MIDDLEMANS by Esther Slobodkina

MOVING DAY FOR THE MIDDLEMANS

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KIRKUS REVIEW

The difficulty of finding a new home as cozy as the Middleman's old one is neatly solved for the family by enterprising Uncle Marty. Some houses were too small, some ill equipped, none matched the charm of the about-to-be-abandoned home, and so instead of moving from their house they move with it. Moving, in itself, is an exciting occasion for children, and the device of this book will add allure to the already meaningful situation.

Pub Date: April 21st, 1960
Publisher: Abelard-Schuman