LETTERS TO A TEEN AGE SON by Henry Gregor Felsen

LETTERS TO A TEEN AGE SON

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KIRKUS REVIEW

These letters from a middle-aged, middle-brow columnist- father to his sixteen year old son,- both average, mid-Western, and suburban, embody palatably the All-American ethos of clean- living, clean-thinking and the traditional search for security and success. Sophisticated teenagers will call it all very square; others should find the tidbits full of truth, tenderness and smiling illuminations re: the troublesome growing-up world of home, school, jalopies, buddies and girls. Dual market, for this, as Felsen has a large following among the teenage readers.

Pub Date: Sept. 24th, 1962
Publisher: Dodd, Mead