I always get a lot of fun out of the Maudie stories (most of them have run in the Ladies Home Journal -- and they appear in two books, Men Are Like Street Cars and Stag Line). Maudie is growing up -- the new collection of stories winds up with her debut. They are irrespressible, bubbling over with good humor and a keen appreciation of the mirth and the pathos, the drama and the imaginative qualities of the sub deb, 1935 edition. And what an ear for the lingo they have. Ask your young fry what they think of them. Schedule for a double market -- high school age and adult over the border.