The Hole Book
Meet Algernon Bracket and Orlando Pease. Find out how a rocket launched from the basement floor of an apartment building is sure to interrupt a person's day.
Long before Richard Scarry or Dr. Seuss, an American artist delighted a generation of children and their parents with hilarious, topsy-turvy illustrations and slightly subversive tales told in rhyme. This was illustrator/author Peter Newell. Working over eighty years ago, Newell remains as profoundly enjoyable-and incredibly popular-as ever. Tuttle is proud to be reissuing his three classic works, sure to delight the young and old alike.
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Review: The Hole Book (Peter Newell Children's Books)User Review - Regina - Goodreads
It's a very good story, with an awesome illustration. Read full review
Review: The Hole Book (Peter Newell Children's Books)User Review - Chris Volion - Goodreads
The collective attitude toward firearms has certainly changed, not to mention the casual stereotyping, but it's a charming little book and verse from a time when we didn't have our collective panties in such a wad. Read full review