THE GATS! by M.B. Goffstein

THE GATS!

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KIRKUS REVIEW

The gats, which have nothing to do with guns, are shapeless creatures that look like a cross between Piglet and the Goops. The very minimal text, which more or less follows the tribe of gats on their search for a home, reads like a child's narrative based on nothing more cohesive than the rhymes which can be made with gat--cravat, hat, that, vat, bat, etc. The illustrations are very simple black and white ink sketches with some little green leaves. The pictures are in silly greeting card, style, which is about all the book amounts to.
Pub Date: March 31st, 1966
Publisher: Pantheon
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Kirkus Reviews Issue: March 1st, 1966




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