THE MIDNIGHT FLIGHT OF MOOSE, MOPS AND MARVIN by Suzanne Wilson Bladlow

THE MIDNIGHT FLIGHT OF MOOSE, MOPS AND MARVIN

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Put a trio of mice into a Christmas story and you're bound to find your way into print. Stuff them all into Santa's bag to be pulled by ""funny animals"" in a sleigh that flies and you're just as sure to lose this reviewer. For the grandparents who are most likely to nibble on this holiday confection, Bladlow drops the mice off with the toys on Santa's last stop, frightens them with the family cat, then sends Santa himself to rescue them--and to return them to their own ""little old house in the far North"" where an anxious Mrs. Santa awaits them with love, a feast and their own tiny Christmas tree. Fairly dripping, we're sure, with just the ""sugary, gooey"" goodies Moose, Mops and Marvin have been looking for.

Pub Date: Sept. 30th, 1975
Publisher: McGraw-Hill