GOOD MORNING TO YOU, VALENTINE by Lee Bennett--Ed. Hopkins

GOOD MORNING TO YOU, VALENTINE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Such luminaries as John Updike, Shel Silverstein and William Shakespeare contribute one sentiment apiece, but this valentine verse more typically echoes the sensibilities of Anonymous--""Roses are red,/ Violets are blue,/ R U 4 me?/ I am for U!"" The printing--red ink on white pages--is appropriately fatuous. Even if we hate to sound hard-hearted, it must be pointed out that the collection of fewer than 25 unevenly fetching ditties is only slightly more substantial than one of those mixed dime-store bags.

Pub Date: Jan. 9th, 1976
Page count: 32pp
Publisher: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich