TWENTY ONE CHILDREN by Virginia H. Ormsby

TWENTY ONE CHILDREN

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Red-blooded first graders will find this every-day account of a week at school unexciting fare. Pre-schoolers might give cursory attention to the little dog who insisted on joining the twenty one children in the class. They might enjoy the episode of the little green purse which wasn't really lost, but the pace is pretty sleepy. Neither story nor pictures make school seem particularly attractive.

Pub Date: Sept. 4th, 1957
Publisher: Lippincott