IN THE FLAKY FROSTY MORNING by Karla Kuskin

IN THE FLAKY FROSTY MORNING

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KIRKUS REVIEW

The brief span of a snowman from mittened start (""They rolled cold snow together/ and they built my bottom part"") to ""dwindle,/ droop (and) snowman soup."" You could call this evanescent too, specially since the pictures lack Mrs. Kuskin's usual snap.

Pub Date: Feb. 26th, 1969
Publisher: Harper & Row