Picks and Pans Review: Kids'letters to President Reagan

UPDATED 04/26/1982 at 01:00 AM EDT Originally published 04/26/1982 at 01:00 AM EDT

compiled by Bill Adler

Adler, who edited similar books on children's correspondence with Presidents Kennedy, Johnson and Carter, says he got these letters from the families of the kids involved, not President Reagan. But they are nonetheless innocuous. Natalie B., 10, of Pittsburgh writes: "I think you're cute. I hope it is okay to call a President cute." Ronald N., 10, of the Bronx: "You are the most popular person in the Bronx after Reggie Jackson. If he doesn't hit 300 this year, you will be the most popular." Bruce G., 9, of Seattle: "My mother and father voted for you even though they saw all your old pictures." Adler insists the letters are unedited. (Evans, $4.95)

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