THREE JUMPY KITTENS And Other Tales by Miriam Clark Potter

THREE JUMPY KITTENS And Other Tales

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Once again, young children are bid welcome, and invited to forge new friendships in a world that has traditionally held intrigue for them,- the domain of make-believe animals. They will readily identify with Stubby Chipmunk on his first day of school, and will also understand how the three jumpy kittens got rid of their energy. The Brown Rabbit family Jearns that Halloween treats are far better than tricks and Jigsy Mouse makes the discovery that surprise presents are really more fun than ""pecked-in"" ones. In general, this is a somewhat uneven compendium; some tales capture our attention, others leave us cold, though the selective story reader should be able to distinguish among them.

Pub Date: April 19th, 1961
Publisher: Lippincott