MORRIS, THE MIDGET MOOSE by Frank Owen

MORRIS, THE MIDGET MOOSE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Ferdinand -- among the modern juveniles -- set the pace for the type of juvenile that appealed first to adults, and that was then adopted by children, on a whole new set of values. There have been numerous echoes -- of varying degrees of success, Morris, The Midget Moose is yet another, and a more successful and original one than most. In cartoons and captioned story, Mr. Owen follows the adventures of the littlest moose ever, and how, endowed with a full set of gorgeous antlers, he combined with another failure of a noose who had no antlers, so that together they did very well for themselves in the realm of moocedom. Nonsense tale -- and the three and four year olds will find certain levels of interest, as will every age. Not tops -- but fun. And the pictures -- in line and color -- are amusing.

Pub Date: Aug. 1st, 1945
Publisher: Putnan