LAZY LIZA LIZARD by Marie Curtis Rains

LAZY LIZA LIZARD

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Lazy Liza Lizard was a trouble maker and a thief and a good for nothing, and Lady Fieldmouse and Mr. Snake and Mr. Frog and all the rest of them dreaded to have her turn up, for they never could find out what she would do next. This is the story of the adventures and mishaps in which she seemed to be always involved, and of the way everything turned out for the best when Lady Fieldmouse was ill and Lazy Liza turned to and helped and they all found out that all she wanted was for someone to be nice to her. This is good reading aloud and story telling material for the picture book age, but there is enough incident told in simple enough vocabulary for beginning readers to enjoy by themselves.

Pub Date: Aug. 1st, 1938
Publisher: Winston