UP DAY, DOWN DAY by Jacquie Hann

UP DAY, DOWN DAY

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Sunday is a downer when ""Jeremy caught a little fish. I caught a shoe. Jeremy caught a medium fish. I caught a can. Jeremy caught a big fish. I caught a cold""--but things pick up on Monday when Jeremy has to go to school, do homework, and eat vegetables, while ""T"" get to stay home with the cold and watch TV. Later on a visit, ""Jeremy gave me his little fish"" (it's in a goldfish bowl) and ""I gave Jeremy my cold."" Cute? you bet, and corny too. Nor is there anything appealing about Hann's identical, plastic-looking kewpies, whose button eyes roll and pop as the lines of their mouths go up and down on cue.

Pub Date: March 6th, 1978
Publisher: Four Winds