ENCHANTED ACRE by Gove Hambidge

ENCHANTED ACRE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Here's the book for anyone who is considering -- flippantly or seriously -- a back-to-the-soil project. Feeling that it is essential to his own well-being, Gove Hamidge sees clearly the impossibility for many temperaments, and proceeds, through an interesting and instructive presentation of his own steps toward survival, to indicate the pitfalls and to set up signboards and warnings. An invaluable guide to hows and wherefores for the serious prospective farmer -- or farmerette -- who is planning to leave the city behind.

Pub Date: June 10th, 1935
Publisher: Whittlesey