What else can she be that's more exciting than being an architect, vet, newscaster or lawyer? The Goldreichs have peered...

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WHAT CAN SHE BE? A MUSICIAN

What else can she be that's more exciting than being an architect, vet, newscaster or lawyer? The Goldreichs have peered into their vocational crystal ball and come up with an even more atypically attractive professional--Leslie Pearl writes popular songs when she's not teaching piano, arranging radio commercials or jamming with her musician friends. Unusual as Leslie may be, this photo-essay certainly can't be said to be glamorized; it's clear that her hustling diversity is necessary to eke out a living, and the fun is all in the sheer hard work. Though this series repeats itself, it does capture the day-to-day substance of these high-aspiration professions.

Pub Date: April 16, 1975

ISBN: N/A

Page Count: 48

Publisher: Lothrop, Lee & Shepard

Review Posted Online: N/A

Kirkus Reviews Issue: April 1, 1975