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Your Friday afternoon book of absurdity is The Elephant Who Liked to Smash Small Cars, by Jean Merrill and Ronni Solbert (New York: Pantheon Books, 1967.) There is a surprising amount of dramatic tension in this simple story of an elephant with a smashing habit. http://luna.wellesley.edu/record=b1406134~S1 #librarygems #wellesleycollege

Your Friday afternoon book of absurdity is The Elephant Who Liked to Smash Small Cars, by Jean Merrill and Ronni Solbert (New York: Pantheon Books, 1967.) There is a surprising amount of dramatic tension in this simple story of an elephant with a smashing habit. http://luna.wellesley.edu/record=b1406134~S1
#librarygems #wellesleycollege

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    To make this even more fantastic, the author is a Wellesley alum! Jean Fairbanks Merrill M.A. ’45.
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    Maybe laughing hysterically about this book.
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