THROW A KISS, HARRY by Mary Chalmers

THROW A KISS, HARRY

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Harry was a kitten, and on a particular walk with his mother, he got himself into real trouble. And it all came from disobedience. He lagged behind; he climbed a tree and then a house; and he couldn't get down. The Fire Department came to the rescue- and Harry quite enjoyed his role. But when his mother suggested he throw a kiss to the rescuers, he behaved like any other stubborn small boy. This is perhaps closer to Kevin than to some of the earlier books:- very slight, miniscule in concept and size, unimportant- but probably the Mary Chalmers' set will like it.

Pub Date: March 5th, 1958
Publisher: Harper