ANOTHER STORY, PLEASE by Vivian Pomeroy

ANOTHER STORY, PLEASE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

The trained story teller will find these useful as models of how to fit a story to the special needs of the particular child, whether those needs are related to fears, to faults, to conceits, to sensitiveness and so on. The morals are fairly obvious- to the adult- and the lessons may make their own way with young listeners. Short stories, might-be-true stories, fairy tales, stories with a lesson or a message- good bedtime reading, which should be selected by a perceptive adult. Decorative chapter heads in line.

Pub Date: Nov. 14th, 1947
Publisher: Beacon Press