MICHAEL'S FRIENDS by Rose Dobbs

MICHAEL'S FRIENDS

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Pleasant nonsense and catchword situations about a small boy's search for new friends in the city. A kitten, a puppy and a little pig wont make Michael's acquaintance, for when they ask him what he has had for his meals, he plays the ""Eating Game"" with them and says things like the kitchen table, the washing machine and so forth. Grimpus, grampus and grampus are the animals' respective names for Michael- not ""boy"". But when Michael decides the jig's up and says lamb chops instead, he has three new pals.

Pub Date: Feb. 27th, 1953
Publisher: Coward-McCann