NOW THAT APRIL'S THERE by Daisy Newman

NOW THAT APRIL'S THERE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

The problems of evacuated children returning to their homes and families, are revealed in a pleasingly mild story of children versus parents as Wincy, 1, and Angus, 9, return to England after three years in America, and find Oxford, their Professor father, their helpless-in-the-household mother, all fairly stuffy. Their introduction of American slang, American household and family ways, have their effects, and parents and children re-adapt on a better basis. A honey sort of book.

Pub Date: April 11th, 1945
Publisher: Lippincott