FATHER COULDN'T JUGGLE by Elizabeth Lambert

FATHER COULDN'T JUGGLE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A reminiscence of a childhood in Jamaica recalls warmly father's gentle despotism, and the excitement of his profession as a salvage man. Through Charlotte, one of the four children, we see the vicissitudes of all in a memoir of pleasant and flustered family incidents- to which the island lends its soft background.

Pub Date: April 12th, 1954
Publisher: Coward-McCann