WINDS A ' BLOWING by May Justus

WINDS A ' BLOWING

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Turning once again to rhymed verse in various meters, May Justus incorporates gentle fantasy and light humor in poems which deal in the main with nature and the seasons along with an assortment of fairy-tale poems, private game poems and a host of odds and ends such as mother's Frakettle and Duvy Crockett's Pockets. An old fashioned charm exules pleasantly, although city children may find some of these topics alien to the lives they lead.

Pub Date: Aug. 14th, 1961
Publisher: Abingdon