THE TROUBLE WITH JENNY'S EAR by Oliver Butterworth

THE TROUBLE WITH JENNY'S EAR

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Jenny doesn't get into half as much trouble as some of her adult counterparts, who using one device or another, managed to accumulate a fortune on various quiz shows. But then Jenny is only six and her peculiar advantage is an ear, which shocked by her brothers' electric equipment, has become telepathic. It is no problem for Jenny to answer questions; she merely reads the answers in the mind of her interrogator. A funny and fantastic story by the author of The Enormous Egg, though perhaps not quite funny enough to muse those who had any intimate contact with the recent fiasco. Still, who could resist enny?

Pub Date: April 6th, 1960
Publisher: Little, Brown-AMP