THE QUESTIONS GIRLS ASK by Helen Welshimer
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THE QUESTIONS GIRLS ASK

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KIRKUS REVIEW

This is one of the best things of its kind that I have found. Not that there is anything startlingly new in it, but the author has based her chapters on actual questions, and the result is a well-balanced combination of practical advice, constructive criticism and suggestion, common sense, good form, good taste and a modern enough point of view to make it palatable. Sex is touched on, as part of the picture; moderation in all things urged as the surest foundation to security, real popularity and success in life. Parents and teachers should be familiar with this book, and the description of the functioning of the Bethlehem Plan is an important aspect of the book. Good for school and camp libraries and for public libraries everywhere. Use in parent education, teacher rooms, and juvenile rooms.

Pub Date: Oct. 20th, 1939
Publisher: Dutton