MISTER MOMBOO’S HAT by Ralph Leemis

MISTER MOMBOO’S HAT

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A blue hat is lost, and used, and passed on again by one creature after another: it's a boat for a frog until a fisherman hooks it and then gives it to a farmer who lets his horse wear it--and so on, with the original owner spotting it, at last, in use as a robin's nest. Recounted by this first-time author in neat, simple couplets, much expanded in amusing illustrations that depict the people as elephants. Not important, but satisfactorily entertaining.

ISBN: 0-525-65045-8
Page count: 24pp
Publisher: Dutton
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Kirkus Reviews Issue: Dec. 15th, 2000




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