CLOSE YOUR EYES by Johanna Johnston

CLOSE YOUR EYES

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Start this with an imaginative child and the results might be anything; start with a child to whom bald facts are all that matter, and you'll have a problem. But it might- it just might-get his imagination working. Close your eyes- and imagine snow-or apple blossom- or a Christmas tree -- or seashore delights. And the season doesn't matter. You have it tucked away in memory to be seen again when the eyes are closed. It is done in rhythmic simple prose-verse and with very simple bold drawings, against colored paper backgrounds, by Dagmar Wilson. An original item.

Pub Date: Sept. 1st, 1960
Publisher: Dodd, Mead