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Mitz and Fritz of Germany

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Mitz and Fritz of Germany

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Nov 27, 2013
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Pubblicato:
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Mitz and Fritz of Germany - Madeline Brandeis

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Title: Mitz and Fritz of Germany

Author: Madeline Brandeis

Release Date: August 29, 2012 [EBook #40608]

Language: English

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MITZ AND FRITZ

OF GERMANY



MITZ and FRITZ

of GERMANY

BY

MADELINE BRANDEIS

Photographic Illustrations

GROSSET & DUNLAP

PUBLISHERS       NEW YORK

by arrangement with the A. Flanagan Company


COPYRIGHT, 1933, BY A. FLANAGAN COMPANY

PRINTED IN THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA



THE PICTURES IN THIS BOOK

were taken in Germany! That is, the pictures of cities and churches and parks were taken there. But Mitz and Fritz and Mr. and Mrs. Toymaker were not.

These characters are played by my good actor friends. You have seen them all on the screen. But never before did you see:

Those are the parts they play in this book.

And then, a musician friend helped me, too. What more could one ask than to have as the music master such a great violinist as Alexander Zukovsky?

I am grateful to all these kind people.

Oh, dear! I almost forgot to be grateful to my dog friend, Koopsak, who posed as Frankfurter!


CONTENTS


LIST of ILLUSTRATIONS



Mitz and Fritz of Germany


CHAPTER I

FOOLISH FRITZ

Toys! Toys! Toys! All over the room—toys!

It was a big, comfortable room with a work bench in it, and shelves and a table full of paints and pots of glue.

On the window seat in a corner sat a girl, a boy, and a dog.

The girl wore a stiff white apron. Her cheeks were rosy and plump. She had a saucy look. Her big blue eyes were fixed upon the pages of a book. She was reading to the boy. The boy wore a green blouse smeared with paint. He was busily carving a

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