THE LITTLE RED HOUSE by Norma Jean Sawicki

THE LITTLE RED HOUSE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

"There was a little red house/And in the little red house/There was a little green house" and so on through the rainbow--plus gray, brown, and white (not in order)--to find at last a teddy bear: "Kiss kiss." Goffe's illustrations are charming, with good variety in the expressions and positions of the toddler shown unpacking a series of toy houses. The colors are attractively subtle--too subtle, perhaps, since the purple looks more like gray; sticklers will also note that the houses are not shown consistently as diminishing in size. Still, a cheerful look at colors for the youngest.

Pub Date: March 22nd, 1989
Page count: 24pp
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