SPRING HARVEST by Gladys Taber

SPRING HARVEST

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A warmly human story set in a college community, this novel presents a convincing portrait of a small town and the people who live there. Romance--young and old--problems and issues which mature during a spring term, and a good feeling of life in a mid-western college town all come alive at the hand of Gladys Taber, whose friends are legion through the Stillmeadow books and the long term Diary of Domesticity.

Pub Date: June 12th, 1959
Publisher: Putnam