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From School Library Journal:
PreS A rabbit, a bear, and a chicken hunt all over the house for Zippy the mouse. There are two sturdy flaps to a page to peek under as children search for Zippy. The story, however, lacks zip, and children are likely to end up, like Zippy himself on the last page, with a balloon of snoring z-z-z-z's over his head. The undistinguished cartoon drawings are static and one-dimensional. The colors are, for the most part, drab. What lies under the flaps often has no relationship to the search for Zippy. Stay with Eric Hill's ``Spot'' books (Putnam), which are a fine example of how a high level of interest can be sustained in even the most simple of books. Louise Zuckerman, formerly at San Francisco Public Library
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Title: Looking for Zippy (Kersten Brothers' critter...
Publisher: Little, Brown
Publication Date: 1986
Book Condition: Good
Book Description Little Brown & Company. Hardcover. Book Condition: Fair. Bookseller Inventory # G0316490024I5N00