The publishers note that this is the last of Margaret Wise Brown's scripts in their hands. Even if it were the only one she had ever done we would be the richer for having read it and studied the accompanying and sensitively attuned colored pictures by Remy Charlip. It is a successful expression of that elusive art of living each day and enjoying it to the utmost. To children it will be a story as warm as a hearthside and to adults, a measure of the success with which they have followed the principle of the little Indian, whose name was Carpe Diem. Firmly side sewn.