A PARTY FOR HOPPY by Katherine Southwick Keeler

A PARTY FOR HOPPY

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Companion volume for little girls, in a story of Taffy, who had five dolls, and a toy rabbit. She gave the rabbit a bath and then as a reward, had a tea party for the rabbit and the dolls, just such a tea party as every little girl likes to give. I liked this even better than Bronco Bill's Circus. Both meet the requirements for the best sort of reading books for beginners, I think.

Pub Date: Sept. 30th, 1940
Publisher: Nelson