TIMOTHY TAYLOR Ambassador of Good Will by Helen McLanahan Husted

TIMOTHY TAYLOR Ambassador of Good Will

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Story in verse of a very small boy, whose parents wanted to send him to safety in America, away from London. Timothy had to be convinced that he had a job to do for England over here before he would consent. Once here, he determined to do it, to the best of his ability -- and he carried out his purpose. Its a friendly little tale, which may make American children understand their English visitors a bit better.

Pub Date: Feb. 17th, 1941
Publisher: Coward, McCann