THE WILD WEST by Leo Manso

THE WILD WEST

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KIRKUS REVIEW

An ingenious punch-out playbook, with a brief scene-setting text about a covered wagon journey to Santa Fe Daxxling full-color illustrations unfold to form three ""sets"" -- a Western town, the open plains and an Indian village. Also, there are die-out characters to punch out, fold and set up -- cowboys, Indians, wagons, horses, wigwams, rifles, etc. These are printed on separate pages so the book need not be out up. Paper bound with a plastic spiral binder, but perishable, of course, and the skill required in assembling pulls it out of the kindergarten category. This should have double-barrelled sales value.

Publisher: World