THINGS by Judy Dunn

THINGS

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KIRKUS REVIEW

The photo credits come first on the jacket, and they should: this could be an album of Woman's Day covers or institutional ads freckled faces, trusting hands, towheads, split rail fences. The rhymed text celebrates ""Things to do. . . to hold. . . to taste. . . to wonder"" as per this sample: ""Flowers when they're in the ground/ Are sometimes in the shade:/ But when I hold them in the sun/ I see the way they're made."" Things adults think children think. . . in full, country- fresh color.

Pub Date: Aug. 16th, 1968
Publisher: Doubleday