FOR EVERY YOUNG HEART: Connie Francis Talks to Teenagers by Connie Francis

FOR EVERY YOUNG HEART: Connie Francis Talks to Teenagers

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Sisterly advice in the vernacular for the teenage girls from one of our more popular warblers. All the all-time puzzlers are investigated -- when to date, whether or not to kiss, go steady, pursue studies when the gang beckons, etc. Airy chatter almost conceals the happy reality -- that Miss Francis' advice is purer in moral tone than the driven snow. In fact except for the approving nod at the goodnight kiss, this is probably on a higher plane of mores than the ""Tween Us Girls"" stuff that Mother read. Lots of lyrics in praise of quiet lady-like behavior and conversation. Santa would do well to slip this in the daughter's sock at Xmas for she may well like it.

Pub Date: Oct. 22nd, 1962
Publisher: Prentice-Hall