THERE'S ONE IN EVERY FAMILY by Frances Elsenberg
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THERE'S ONE IN EVERY FAMILY

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This is just one of those things that a goodly number of people will take to -- someone of your staff will have fun passing it on to other people -- and word of mouth recommendations may put it over. The Marsden family is already known to readers of various magazines (New Yorker, Harper's, The Atlantic). There's Joey, a six-year old case of stubborn refusal, who bewilders his teachers and bothers his family. There's Mr. Marsden, with his short-lived enthusiasms; Aunt Bessie with her Daughters of the Confederacy and her imaginative methods of foiling her husband's tobacco chewing. Engaging and amusing and fresh -- with something for almost all tastes.

Pub Date: March 28th, 1941
Publisher: Lippincott