THE NEW ENGLAND YEAR by Haydn S. Pearson

THE NEW ENGLAND YEAR

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Readers who liked his earlier (1961) New England Flavor may welcome this second recall of a New Hampshire boyhood with its nimbus of nostalgia. There's January, ice-cutting time, April and its annual horse auction, June and wild strawberries, July and its Fourth, along with marginalia on swimming in the old hole, sleigh riding, teaching pullets to roost, bringing the cows home in August, or viewing December stars. Suitable for a conservative audience, serviceable for a reminiscent evening.

Publisher: Norton