If any man were ever to be designated as the apostle of youth, it would probably be ""Erd"" Harris. No man ever possessed more abundantly the qualities that youth admires or measures up more fully to youth's demands. One of the most versatile of Princeton's graduates, his abilities run a wide range from music, the arts, the theatre, languages, teaching, law, to the ministry and foreign missions. After years in Egypt he is now at Lawrenceville School and Union Seminary, combining all his gifts and delighting his students. He knows, loves and sympathizes with youth, is still young enough to be one of them, experienced enough to bridge the gap between generations. His book presents concise advice on dealing with youth, on coping with problems of belief, morals, vocations and behaviour. It enables the parent, teacher or leader to solve mutual problems, to formulate a program for youth. A book for homes as well as libraries and schools.