THE FIRST BOOK OF LETTER WRITING by

THE FIRST BOOK OF LETTER WRITING

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KIRKUS REVIEW

The point the authors try to get across here is the importance of being natural, that the best kind of letter is one that expresses its writer as himself. Within this frame, the various kinds of letters youngsters are apt to write to each other or to their elders, take on a lively, forthright quality even though they are only typical examples. All kinds of occasions are mentioned too, from thanking a host to writing short business letters and the inclusion of rules for form and punctuation makes a complete little manual.

Pub Date: April 1st, 1957
Publisher: Watts