THE HEY HEY MAN by Nadine Bernard  Westcott

THE HEY HEY MAN

KIRKUS REVIEW

Beware the Hey Hey Man, especially if you are a thief taking off with a boot full of gold. In the guise of helping this runaway villain, the Hey Hey Man ("a banty little man" in short leather breeches) gives him a nose as long and lumpy as a horseradish root and ears as big as cabbage leaves. He conjures a horse that brings the thief back where he started from, and to top things off he turns the gold into fleas. This is told with Fleischman's usual read-aloudable colloquial punch, and illustrated in kind with a sorry-looking variety of critters and a flair for comic commotion.
Pub Date: Sept. 20th, 1979
ISBN: 0316260010
Page count: 40pp
Publisher: Little, Brown
Review Posted Online:
Kirkus Reviews Issue: Sept. 1st, 1979




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