THE SINGING CART by Joan Crocker

THE SINGING CART

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Eight to ten year olds will find this an engaging story --with its charming Mic family and the beguiling stubborn donkey. All sadness is at the end when the children become part of a delightful circus family and go off around Sicily with Sweet-Do-Nothing pulling the cart and father standing on his head in farewell. Though occasionally sentimental it is in general a successful story, interesting background.

Pub Date: Nov. 7th, 1945
Publisher: Morrow