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ANIMAL ETIQUETTE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

An album of cartoons-with-captions illustrating do's and don'ts. Some are sight gags (""It is impolite to point"" features a hunting dog), others are mere mimicry (three pigs hearing, seeing, speaking no evil for ""Mind your own business""), while many involve word play of one sort or another, from ""Never tell a gnu he's old"" to ""A seal in the shower is worth two in the tub"" and ""Let sleeping frogs lie."" The last two are pointless unless you know the original maxim, and equally pointless if you do. Mad manners.

Pub Date: Feb. 1st, 1969
Publisher: Windmill Books (dist. by Simon & Schuster)