LITTLE PEOPLE IN A BIG COUNTRY by Norma Cohn

LITTLE PEOPLE IN A BIG COUNTRY

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KIRKUS REVIEW

The Museum of Modern Art and the National Council of American-Soviet Friendship combined to make possible this group of pictures -- reproduced beautifully in full color -- drawn by children of Soviet Asia. Through these pictures the children of Uzbekistan are telling the children of America that their interests, too, are in games and play and work and movies and radio. A certain amount of contradiction in age appeal -- the drawings were made by somewhat older children (ten and up), but the presentation would indicate a younger audience.

Publisher: Oxford