THE MAILBOX TAKES A HOLIDAY by Frank Jupo

THE MAILBOX TAKES A HOLIDAY

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Clever personification of our inanimate public servants- the mail box, the street corner waste basket and the traffic light-makes us realize how necessary they are. Mistreated by the people around town, the three decided to go on holiday. The consequent scrapes they,- and the townspeople- and the townspeople- get into, are just what you might imagine, and recounted with zest both in text and Mr. Jupo's spiffy orange, brown and green drawings. For another book that also stems from interdependence, see his Nothing to Wear But Clothes.

Publisher: Macmillan