TEN PAIRS OF SHOES by Mae Hurley Ashworth

TEN PAIRS OF SHOES

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KIRKUS REVIEW

This synthesis of short stories and geography places fictional boys and girls in Alaska, Canada, Labrador, Hawaii, Cuba, , Puerto Rico, Trinidad, Mexico and the United States with results that make for less than compelling reading. The idea has been done many times before, sugar coating the moral of world friendship. As an art form its results are neither fish nor fowl nor good red herring... for as fiction it's dull and as geography it's inadequate.

Pub Date: March 1st, 1958
Publisher: Friendship Press