SNORKEL by George Flexer

SNORKEL

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KIRKUS REVIEW

An amateur effort about Christine, a junior lifeguard at her parents' motel in Florida, who is a very good swimmer but teased by older brother Larry who calls her ""Snorkel."" Then Christine is vindicated when Larry, ignoring her reminder to put on a life preserver and her warning not to go over the ramp on water skis, takes a spill and must be rescued by his little sister. Except for Victorine's funnyface kids, the one-color pictures could have come straight from a water safety manual. Flexer doesn't even demonstrate that much redeeming individuality in the text.

Pub Date: Feb. 12th, 1975
Publisher: Prentice-Hall