A little helicopter is too small to help with major emergencies but is just the right size for rescuing a drowning kitten.
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ea. vol: illus. by author. unpaged. tr. from French. CIP. Macmillan. May 1986. PLB $7.95; pap. $3.95. PreS This trio of stories features an anthropomorphized car, helicopter, and shoe. Little Auto is off to the beach with his rubber raft tied on top. Once there, a crab and the sea give him more adventures than he expected. In a situation familiar to many preschoolers, Little Helicopter feels unwanted and unneeded by the bigger helicoptersuntil she proves her mettle and usefulness by rescuing a kitten. In an episode sure to bring a smile to everyone who has ever misplaced one shoe, Little Shoe searches throughout the house for her sister so that they can once more be a pair. The storylines in the books are more developed than in earlier titles in the series. These stories give a sense of the humor, friendship, and warmth that is echoed in the humorous pencil and bright watercolor illustrations. Not since Burton's Little House (1952) and Mike Mulligan and the Steam Shovel (1939, both Houghton) and Gramatky's Little Toot (Putnam, 1959) have kids had a chance to meet such a cozy crew. Marge Loch-Wouters, Menasha Public Library, Wis.
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