THE PICNIC BOOK by Clark L. Fredrikson

THE PICNIC BOOK

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A completely practical book tells how to plan a successful program with games and fun to keep things going (even if used as a way to entertain service men). The backbone of the text, however, is the data on a real picnic, on building fires, making emergency cooking utensils from cans, cooking dependably good food. For the picnic-de-luxe, how to get a picnic director who'll plan it and bring the equipment. A good book for public libraries, camps, recreation centers, rather than private citizens.

Pub Date: April 6th, 1942
Publisher: Barnes