THE BROWNSTONE by Paula Scher

THE BROWNSTONE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

<p>We lost count of the reshuffling of tenants shortly after the bears, who were trying to get to sleep for the winter, moved up to the second floor to get away from Miss Cat's loud piano -- but then she objected to the cooking smells from the pigs who had moved down, and besides the dancing kangaroos on the third floor were now keeping the bears awake. Finally though landlord owl works it out so that each tenant can do his thing undisturbed and undisturbing. Comic bookish city humor for the susceptible, with each move plotted out in Stan Mack's cartoon cutaways of the building.</p>
Pub Date: Oct. 19th, 1973
ISBN: 978-1-61689-428-3
Page count: 32pp
Publisher: Princeton Architectual Press
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Kirkus Reviews Issue: Oct. 1st, 1973