UNDER THE TREES AND THROUGH THE GRASS by

UNDER THE TREES AND THROUGH THE GRASS

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KIRKUS REVIEW

The Tresselt-Duvoisin combination is a most successful one, for Alvin Tresselt has a lovely rhythmic prose and sensitive imagination which needs just the kind of rhythmic design, humor and imagination in an artist to interpret what he is saying. An observant child who likes the out-of-doors will follow with enchantment the journey through the woods in company with eight creatures of the forest and meadow. At times the illustrations- in 3 colors and line- demand close observation to find the little creatures lost in the pattern of leaves and grass. A rewarding search this.

Pub Date: Aug. 30th, 1962
Publisher: Lothrop, Lee & Shepard