THE LITTLE KING, THE LITTLE QUEEN, THE LITTLE MONSTER by Ruth Krauss

THE LITTLE KING, THE LITTLE QUEEN, THE LITTLE MONSTER

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KIRKUS REVIEW

. . . and Other Stories You Can Make Up Yourself if you want to be what you're not--and you're not easily discouraged. In the first two, a little boy crowned King and a little girl crowned Queen by a Good Fairy frighten their parents. . . who call the Police . . . so the little boy and the little girl opt for their own identity. . . until they grow up; in the last, a little monster has the same experience when he tries to go straight. Really a cartoon strip despite its packaging, and in essence just as ephemeral.
Pub Date: Dec. 2nd, 1968
Publisher: Whitman
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Kirkus Reviews Issue: Dec. 1st, 1968




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