A CHILD'S BOOK OF NONSENSE by Polly Cameron
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A CHILD'S BOOK OF NONSENSE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

The words and pictures, if they are nonsense, are nonsense of the highest calibre. Entering into the world of decorative whimsey, she conjures up for the child a retinue of cats, birds, and animals whose sheer confusion can only delight the nursery reader. Her red and white illustrations sustain the charm evident in her earlier books: The Boy Who Drew Birds, The Dog Who Grew Too Much, etc.

Pub Date: Sept. 8th, 1960
Publisher: Coward-McCann