LET'S FIND OUT ABOUT THE CITY by Valerie Pitt

LET'S FIND OUT ABOUT THE CITY

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Before community helpers, here is the community as a whole, in a sequence so simple and logical The that a c child can follow it. city, never Sleeping, stirs as all kinds of people go about their business; business leads to busyness, busyness to bigness; bigness, brings rules (""called Laws"": drive to ""the right, don't throw rubbish in the streets); laws must be enforced, services provided (policemen, firemen, meat and elevator inspectors). The whole has many parts, called neighborhoods, some made up of people (including the Spanish-speaking) from different countries. ""You could spend years getting to know all the wonderful things in a city."" This is a good start.

Pub Date: March 1st, 1952
Publisher: Watts