ONE AND ONE AND ONE by Louis Untermeyer

ONE AND ONE AND ONE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

One and one and one soon add up to a large group of friendly animals working together to build a home. A lonely cat and a stray dog acquire two new friends -- an owl and a bear. Forgetting personal loneliness they combine to prove that ""What's hard for just one can always be done, if one helps the other, friends, sister or brother"". Robert Jones' exuberant conception of this animal fable will tempt the beginner to read every caption.