THE COOL BOOK by Art Unger

THE COOL BOOK

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KIRKUS REVIEW

One cool cat's conception of what teenagers really dig hits the mark where humor, jokes and tomfoolery are concerned but is way out-in the realm of serious problems. Flippant often ""flipped"" phraseology has little place in discussions on going steady, dating, meeting people, summer jobs, etc., especially where the serious and the lighthearted are batted back and forth in wild profusion. The teenager in his cool cat mood will respond wholeheartedly to some of these jazzy ideas, but if he wants sound, practical advice, do send him elsewhere.

Pub Date: Nov. 7th, 1961
Publisher: Prentice Hall