NURA'S GARDEN OF BETTY AND BOOTH by Nura

NURA'S GARDEN OF BETTY AND BOOTH

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Possibly adults with a yen for the obscurities of modern art will agree with Alice Hughes' comment:- ""Her books have collector's value."" -- I don't believe that will recommend this one to the children, for whom, presumably, it is intended. The text is fantastic and involved -- the round of the clock brings a new adventure for every hour, with Booth, the shadow, sharing all the daytime fun. The average small girl would demand ""What's it all about?

Pub Date: Aug. 28th, 1935
Publisher: Morrow