THE BEST PLACE by Miriam Schlein

THE BEST PLACE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Where's the best place for a little girl to hide. . . to ride. . . to run. . . to rest?"" Various plausible and implausible alternatives--mostly apple-barrel rustic--but no final answer follows the first three; the last leads through obvious unsuitables (a dog's basket, a hen's nest, under the dining table) to the natural resting place: bed. The theme is old-hat, the exemplification old-fashioned.

Pub Date: May 29th, 1968
Publisher: Whitman