ASK HENRY by Henry Makow

ASK HENRY

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KIRKUS REVIEW

When an 11-year old boy takes to a newspaper column offering advice to parents on how to raise children, the results range from comedy to pathos. Faced with a need to save up college tuition, young Henry made up some sample letters and answers, and soon found himself the author of a regular column in a Canadian newspaper, under the title Ask Henry. Examples of the column's contents are interspersed here with Henry's personal asides, and his well developed opinions on parental behavior form a background to all the fun and folbies. Recommended for parents who want the inside scoop.

Pub Date: Oct. 15th, 1962
Publisher: Prentice-Hall