PICTURE RHYMES FROM FOREIGN LANDS by Rose -- trans. Fyleman

PICTURE RHYMES FROM FOREIGN LANDS

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Source material that librarians and teachers will find valuable, and which may be used to advantage with children, but which I doubt whether children will particularly care to read to themselves. Drawings by Valery Carrick. There is a folk quality to many -- a Mother Goose feel to others. The nonsense verses are sure to be the most popular, and, rightly used, should work in well with material about children of other lands.

Pub Date: Sept. 19th, 1935
Publisher: Stokes