I have known many adults who have treasured throughout their lives some of the books they read as children. I have never come across any adult or adolescent who had outgrown comic-book reading who would ever dream of keeping any of these "books" for any sentimental or other reason. Frederic Wertham, Seduction of the Innocent
"What th-?" Superman, Action Comics
This book I newly dedicate with the magic word: MJHK! Maddy Julie Halley Kate
Comic books, World War II, the Depression, and I all got going at roughly the same time.
A romping, rolling, simple, and satisfying taleÂ—perfect for toddlers.
ThereÂ’s a lot to keep a curious Kitty entertained indoorsÂ—rooms to run through, tables to topple, sleeping dogs to sniff. But whatÂ’s this? A huge place full of sky and squirrels, birds and bugs! Kitty canÂ’t resist. Before the dog can say Â“Bark!Â” sheÂ’s out the window and into the wide world. But what will she do when she canÂ’t find her way home? Happily, a friendly face is nearby to scoop her up when curiosity has worn her out. Kids and parents will see a bit of themselves in this lovable cat and dog pair, whose special dynamic is the heart of this bouncing, buoyant tale.
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