THERE'S NO PLACE LIKE HOME by James Ellenwood

THERE'S NO PLACE LIKE HOME

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Here in palatable form, is another discussion of home issues, issues of youth and age, the foibles of each, the various conflicts that arise in the family, -- vocational, character, ethical values, drinking, sex, etc. Home, says the author, out of personal experience, is the place to work things out realistically. Value of the home in character development. The role of the parents, grandparents, etc. Rules, religion, parental advice. The viewpoint is middle ground, and the material is handled in an informal, almost gay manner, with lots of personal experiences.

Pub Date: Oct. 1st, 1938
Publisher: Scribner