TWO CHILDREN OF BRAZIL by Rose Brown

TWO CHILDREN OF BRAZIL

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KIRKUS REVIEW

This is a novelty -- a story of Latin America which is about children of the upper class not of the peasantry. A prosperous plantation, carnival time in Rio give an excellent picture of both country and city life and the kinds of adventures that might really happen to the boy and girl about whom the story is told. The introduction of young friends from the U.S. give a reason for telling of things that might seem matter-of-course to the Brazilian children themselves.

Pub Date: Oct. 30th, 1940
Publisher: Lippincott