AFTER THE SUN GOES DOWN by Rainey Bennett

AFTER THE SUN GOES DOWN

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KIRKUS REVIEW

After the sun goes down, the owls are ready for play, and a red ribbon attached to a forlorn teddy bear is the object of diversion. Playing Crack the Whip and Witch on a Broom gets out of hand however, when a mouse, squirrels, raccoons and a real biting bear get into the act. Yet despite all the excitement, neither illustrations nor text convey the authentic feel of a woodsy night among the active inhabitants of a forest.

Pub Date: Sept. 11th, 1961
Publisher: World