BAREFOOT AND THE FRIENDLY ROAD by Jack Tinker

BAREFOOT AND THE FRIENDLY ROAD

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A boy's bare feet stir up the dust of the road's past, the people that have travelled it and the things it sees. Told in verse form, but reads like rhythmic prose. The charming line drawings throughout (by the author) are an essential part of the whole. No reason for isolating this as a juvenile.

Pub Date: Oct. 3rd, 1938
Publisher: Viking