STOP THE WORLD, I WANT TO GET ON by Ann & Marilyn Pfaltz Reed

STOP THE WORLD, I WANT TO GET ON

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KIRKUS REVIEW

The successful teammates of Your Secret Servant and Ladies Who Lunch chitchat for the ladies who have decided to stop lunching and go back to work at that 40-year midmark. Along with their own history of how they filled the empty hours in the now empty house, they include the experiences of many others who -- for ""expediency not militancy"" -- want to be more active, whether via voluntary jobs or in the real working world. There have been many more practical and specific books on what to do at this junction of your life (i.e., acquiring a background; where to apply; how to apply; etc.) -- this is at best a little encouragement for those who are thinking of recycling the second half of their lives.

Pub Date: Nov. 1st, 1974
Publisher: Scribners