BORKA by John Burningham

BORKA

The Adventures Of A Goose With No Feathers

KIRKUS REVIEW

Borka, like the ugly duckling, was laughed into an inferiority complex. Unlike the odd duck, however, Borka does not undergo a transformation; she is as bald as a goose as she was when a gosling. As they say in the fashion magazines, she learns to emphasize and thus transform her weakest feature. Only after taking brief sea voyage by mistake, does she find happiness --in the Kew Gardens of London where there are many strange birds. Now she can wear her grey jersey (hand-knit feathers) with confidence. The freely stylized illustrations in bold lines and appropriate, vivid colors are many and strong.
Pub Date: Feb. 26th, 1964
ISBN: 0224064940
Page count: 44pp
Publisher: Random House
Review Posted Online:
Kirkus Reviews Issue: Feb. 1st, 1964




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