BELINDA AND THE SINGING CLOCK by Ethel Calvert Phillips

BELINDA AND THE SINGING CLOCK

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Belinda's father was a cabinet maker, and dealt in antiques (unsuccessfully) on the side. When Belinda was eight he gave her the singing clock with the tunes she loved and a picture of his dream house on the door. Then he traded his antiques for a trailer and he and Belinda set off on new adventures. How they made new friends and found their dream come true makes a friendly story for young readers.

Pub Date: Sept. 6th, 1938
Publisher: Houghton, Mifflin