SEVEN STORIES ABOUT A CAT NAMED SNEAKERS by Margaret Wise Brown

SEVEN STORIES ABOUT A CAT NAMED SNEAKERS

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KIRKUS REVIEW

In her characteristic way, Margaret Wise Brown has made Sneakers a very lovable little pussy. Born in the barn, he soon becomes the little boy's cat in the house and as his pet goes with him when he visits the city, the sea shore and has an Easter surprise. And the simple, lyric descriptions of Sneakers and the little boy's adventures emphasize the affection they have for each other. Jean Charlot's drawings of the boy and of the white pawed puss have a stripped simplicity.
Pub Date: March 1st, 1955
Publisher: Young Scott Books
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Kirkus Reviews Issue: March 1st, 1955




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