TOO MANY KITTENS by Ruth Stewart Schenley

TOO MANY KITTENS

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KIRKUS REVIEW

When the four Jackson children peddle four kittens which they must relinquish under Mother's orders, they return home gaily, each from his separate jaunt. Having bartered away their pets, they are now proud owners of a bowl of guppies, a talking bird, a rabbit and-- a puppy. The atypical parent throws up her hands and dubiously accepts the new menagerie. The sequence of similar events is controlled with humor by the author.

Pub Date: Nov. 6th, 1963
Publisher: Whitman