TWO FOR A WALK by Nathan Kravetz

TWO FOR A WALK

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KIRKUS REVIEW

There's a gentle moral to the end of a not too mischievous day- when Little John and Tony leave their busy mothers for a morning's walk through town. They visit the grocery, the pet store, the barber shop, a construction job, the fire department until their mothers find them and take them home to play in the back yard. But with its stress on safety, this doesn't overlook the fun of seeing the world. Coral and aqua two-tone by Garry MacKenzie show through-the-town life.

Pub Date: Sept. 23rd, 1954
Publisher: Oxford