DAISY AND DOODLE by Ursula Landshoff


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Daisy is a little girl with loose blond hair and Doodle, naturally, is a poodle and their doings could be plotted out = = = for what they do together in the city, and for Doodle playing with the dogs at the beach, and -- for Daisy floating on the water, then -- disappearing. Whereupon Doodle runs for the lifeguard and everyone runs ////// for the water, where they wait until the boat appears with Daisy and Doodle = = = who share an ice cream cone and ride ""home together happily."" The change of tempo is very real, the people really dash--making it a fixative for the squirmiest preschoolers. Amiable, too, just this side of urbane.

Pub Date: Oct. 27th, 1969
Publisher: Bradbury Press