JOHN AND HIS THUMBS by Leonard Shortall

JOHN AND HIS THUMBS

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Everyone said that John was all thumbs. With the best intentions, he could make a shambles of his father's country grocery store and wreak havoc at Cousin Sam's gasoline station. But Grandfather teaches John to plant and grow the biggest tomatoes in the village -- and everyone agrees that John has a wonderful green thumb. Author Shortall's fine-line sketches in tomato red and green are much more vivid and humorous than his text.

Pub Date: Sept. 23rd, 1961
Publisher: Morrow