THE OH BALL by Gertrude Illus. Espenscheid

THE OH BALL

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KIRKUS REVIEW

The only word in the book is ""OH"" and it's for the point-and-trace level with about that much vocabulary response for the things they enjoy. A self-bouncing ball is tied to a long string by a small prince. A line goes from page to page following the amusing course of the ball as it sails around the courtyard and the courtiers. It looks like a lot of fun for the youngest set who should be able to use it by themselves, probably with the urge to read it to you.

Pub Date: Aug. 17th, 1966
Publisher: Harper & Row