HERE COMES ALEX PUMPERNICKEL! by Fernando Krahn

HERE COMES ALEX PUMPERNICKEL!

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Eight wordless eight-frame strips, featuring resourceful, undaunted little Alex--who gets ""in over his head"" when he tries to bandage a leaking pipe, reacts creatively to a chipped-piaster disaster when trying to hang a picture, is caught red-handed when investigating a lobster-filled grocery bag, and generally triumphs over such familiar domestic predicaments as a fly that won't be swatted, a tennis ball in his soup, over-rising dough, and an upside-down TV picture. Fresh, funny, and inventive.

Pub Date: March 31st, 1981
Publisher: Atlantic/Little, Brown