EVERYTHING IS DIFFICULT AT FIRST by Robert--Comp. Sargent

EVERYTHING IS DIFFICULT AT FIRST

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Simpy old proverbs accompanied by color splashes with quick pen drawings and type. Most have the advantage of being pictorially transliterate: ""one dog looks at something and a hundred dogs look at him."" Others approach Anglund coyness: ""when wings are grown birds and children fly away."" Rocking the cradle of cliches.

Pub Date: Sept. 1st, 1968
Publisher: Scribners