GEORGE'S STORE by Frank Asch

GEORGE'S STORE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

George's Store is black and white and wild, as blatant as the Marx Brothers, as unexpected as The Yellow Submarine. Involved in the business are a man named GEORGE and his dog named george, who try to anticipate the customers' needs, and a lady who keeps them guessing (and each of them has a mustache). . . . You can't wrap it up in a synopsis (or miss some flaws in the layout) but from the beginning (on the front cover) to the end (printed on a tree outside the store) it's all-of-a-piece and almost all funny.

Pub Date: Feb. 15th, 1969
Publisher: McGraw-Hill