GOOD WORK! What Will You Be When You Grow Up? by John G. McCullough

GOOD WORK! What Will You Be When You Grow Up?

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KIRKUS REVIEW

This offers lots of possibilities but doesn't go beyond a very superficial scratching of the surface:- would you like to work in an office- or in the sky- or on the water- or on the land -- or in a factory- or in a store? Or would you like to be a doctor -- or an entertainer- or an artist? The idea is that there is work for all, but somehow the idea doesn't come off. As a matter of fact- at this age level, the role of the future is much more apt to be identification with some particularly glamorous figure of the moment- a street car or bus driver, a truck driver, an elevator man, a fireman, a policeman. Text in not-too-good jingles.

Pub Date: Sept. 20th, 1948
Publisher: Wm. R. Scott