THE RICE BOWL PET by Patricia Miles Martin

THE RICE BOWL PET

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Ah Jim lived in a small apartment in San Francisco's Chinatown -- much too small for the pet he craved. Yet mother's one concession had been to accept a pet no bigger than a rice bowl. Armed with his measuring object, Ah Jim sets out in search of such a creature. How he finds the miniature golden puppy takes his readers on an exciting tour of this quaint city, charmingly depicted in Ezra Jack Keats' vivid interpretation of the area and its attractive Oriental inhabitants.

Pub Date: March 15th, 1962
Publisher: Crowell