Max Makes A Million

Max Makes A Million

Book - 1990
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When Max the dog finally sells his book of poetry, he is able to fulfill his lifelong dream of traveling to Paris.
Publisher: New York, N.Y., U.S.A. : Viking, c1990
ISBN: 9780670835454
Branch Call Number: JE KAL
Characteristics: [36] p. : col. ill. ; 26 cm


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Dec 10, 2017

I love this book! In fact, I'm not sure this is a kid's book! Unless the child is nephew to Andy Warhol or Auntie Mame. I can see the parents of Harriet M. Welsh (Harriet the Spy), or John and Phillippa Gaunt (Children of the Lamp) reading this book to their children (on the Nanny's night off, of course!). This book is very sophisticated. The art is gorgeous! But Max the dog is very lovable and ambitious, and he triumphs in the end and goes to Paris. Independent, culturally savvy kids will love this.

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