ONCE UPON A SPRINGTIME by Margot Austin

ONCE UPON A SPRINGTIME

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KIRKUS REVIEW

I thought Moxie and Ranty and Bunty a rather insignificant story; and I am afraid I feel a good deal the same way about this sequel, though I liked the pictures better. This is disigned as an Easter story, with Easter eggs and bunnies and guinea pigs. Then come the goats and trouble, until the goats are sent off to a ranch where they can eat brush instead of roses.

Pub Date: March 18th, 1940
Publisher: Scribner