ALL THE CHILDREN OF THE WORLD by Helen Doss

ALL THE CHILDREN OF THE WORLD

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KIRKUS REVIEW

The positive aspect of variation among human beings is the theme of this book which shows children of various races, nationalities, and physical types, playing together in a world which is richer because each child is unique. Audrie Knapp's pictures, in bold primary colors, at once emphasize and romanticze the differentiating features of her doll- like children, and the simple, good-humored text assures the young reader that his place in the world is predicated upon his being ""unique"" and ""just right"".

Pub Date: Aug. 11th, 1958
Publisher: Abingdon