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KIRKUS REVIEW

Emily Emerson is a lucky little girl because she has a father who can do most anything. And so she is not the least surprised when her doting parent promises her the moon. How he keeps his promise is told in this playful story with its moon-pale illustrations. The author's new approach to the familiar situation and its expected solution endow Emily's predicament with just the right amount of suspense and freshness required for the nursery reader.

Pub Date: Aug. 4th, 1960
Publisher: Little, Brown