NEVER MIXED UP AGAIN by Janet Beattie

NEVER MIXED UP AGAIN

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Not as good in idea or execution as In Came (1954) which had clever social and personally humorous overtones; this is less practical nonsense. An old man, starting out to farm, is advised against doing it the way he wants to- with a horse, a pig, a dog and a hen. When he gets the animals hopelessly mixed up as to which house they belong in, he nearly bows to defeat, but it is the animals who help by ingeniously rigging pens, barn and kennel to look like themselves.

Publisher: Lippincott