ANYWHERE IN THE WORLD by Roz Abisch

ANYWHERE IN THE WORLD

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Not for the illustrations, which are stiff imitation-naive, not for the colors, which are a chalky blue, yellow and green, not for the extended verse, which doesn't always rhyme with the correct pronounciations, but maybe for the market that wants books introducing foreign words. The story/rhyme follows two children from France to Italy to Spain with words and place names from each of these countries slid, sometimes forced, in. A pronouncing glossary of the less than 75 words appears at the back.

Pub Date: Aug. 31st, 1966
Publisher: McKay