BLUEBERRIES FOR SAL by Robert McCloskey
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BLUEBERRIES FOR SAL

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KIRKUS REVIEW

McCloskey has a beguiling way of telling a very simple story (witness his Make Way for Ducklings -- and the slightly older Lentil and Homer Price). This comes in between in age appeal-with the story of Sal who went berrying with her mother and found it more fun to eat than pick until she got mixed up with a mother bear and her cub on the same errand. They eventually untangle-and it's the grown up bear and the grown up mother who are just aw bit scared and disconcerted.
Pub Date: Sept. 17th, 1948
ISBN: 0670175919
Publisher: Viking
Review Posted Online:
Kirkus Reviews Issue: Oct. 1st, 1948




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