EDGAR, THE RUNAWAY ELEPHANT by Julia & Robert Graham Wahn

EDGAR, THE RUNAWAY ELEPHANT

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KIRKUS REVIEW

This may be a modern version of the classic Hole Book but it seems to me too complicated for the age for which it is intended. The pictures are the sprawly type, for children to recognise at a glance. Edgar the elephant is scared by a toy mouse runs away, and every time he goes through something, whether a tent or a wall or a board or a hay atack, there is a hole in the page of the book. It takes a carload peanuts to stop him.

Pub Date: Sept. 15th, 1941
Publisher: Wm. R. Scott