THE NEW SITTER by Ruth and Ray Abel

THE NEW SITTER

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KIRKUS REVIEW

The story of a night with a motherly sitter, disappointing in flatness of story and illustration. Molly and Tim are to have a sitter when their mother and father go out. The children wonder what she will be like, but Mrs. Mosey is a very nice old lady who helps them to blow bubbles, plays and reads them a story. Next morning the children tell Mother and Daddy what a nice time they had. Unfortunately the characters and development are too understated for identification interest.

Publisher: Oxford