LOOK AT ME by Marguerita Rudolph

LOOK AT ME

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A child who had spent his first three years in a coma might be enlightened to learn that he has ""one round head,"" ""one small nose,"" ""one wet tongue,"" ""two open ears,"" ""five wiggling toes,"" etc.; so, presumably, might the child who's been so neglected that he has no sense of self. And Karla Kuskin's inventive layouts and perky drawings do make self-discovery seem like fun. But for the majority, the name of the game will be boredom.

Pub Date: Jan. 5th, 1967
Publisher: A First Step Book McGraw-Hill