Easy entertainment which sets up some funny situations in the self-portrait of Bruce Sheeban, schooled for teaching (though...

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Easy entertainment which sets up some funny situations in the self-portrait of Bruce Sheeban, schooled for teaching (though her mind is more on boys than books), while her older sister is groomed for glamor. Her first post brings her to a Louisiana town school where she copes with a middle-aged principal with young ideas- her, and an assortment of other problems. Her second year takes her to the hinterland of Cajun isolation and ignorance in the Bayou country. And the end of it finds her off on a new career- matrimony.

Pub Date: March 6, 1952

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Page Count: -

Publisher: Doubleday

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: March 1, 1952