THE FARMER'S FRIENDS by Glen Rounds

THE FARMER'S FRIENDS

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KIRKUS REVIEW

This is the next step upwards. Association of ideas comes into each picture, -- for example, there's a hen with little chickens, there's a rooster crowing in the background, there's a conventionalized chicken house. This is the general pattern followed in successive animals, most of which are well done. Occasionally, the artist goes a bit arty -- small children like to recognize things in pictures, and some of his are a bit grotesque. (Example, the sheep and cow are not so good.) Printed on good, strong, untearable paper, with spiral binding. Familiar animals.

Pub Date: Sept. 9th, 1940
Publisher: Holiday House