CURSE OF THE SQUIRREL by Laurence Yep

CURSE OF THE SQUIRREL

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Another in the new Stepping Stone series: a disappointing contribution from a noted chronicler, for older children, of the Chinese. American experience (Child of the Owl, Dragonwings). Here, he essays a "horror" story about a giant squirrel that enchants Howie, one of a pack of dogs. This is neither as scary nor as funny as it sets out to be, and its short sentences result in an annoyingly choppy style.
Pub Date: Nov. 12th, 1987
ISBN: 0394982002
Page count: 62pp
Publisher: Random House
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Kirkus Reviews Issue: Sept. 15th, 1987




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