BUT NOT OUR DADDY by Margery M. Fisher

BUT NOT OUR DADDY

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Some daddies drive to work, some walk, some take a train -- but the daddy in this book works at home. He is an artist. And this injects various problems- and delights- and responsibilities. There's rhythmic quality to the text -- and the pictures by the artist father- are humorous, bold caricature line drawings against color block. (Personally, I'd never have chosen these colors for a juvenile book, but the idea is original and the three children pictureed are endearing.

Pub Date: Aug. 27th, 1962
Publisher: Dial