THE PICTURE WINDOW by Josephine Lawrence

THE PICTURE WINDOW

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Again some of the more recognizable realities in the problem of the young marrieds, and the old folks at home, when marriage for Bonnie and Garth is only possible if they establish a household which includes her relatives and his. For Garth has a difficult and disapproving mother and a satellite sister, and Bonnie a father and a younger brother, Dale, who presently marries Cookie whom he adds to the members of the family that Bonnie cooks and cleans for-while keeping up an office job by day. Uncomplaining, through a series of trials which include joblessness for Dale and her father, Cookie's pregnancy, another boarder, haphazard household help, Bonnie proves the rewards of responsibility and a generous heart, strenuous as it may seem to sit in on. Improvement-entertainment values for an accepted audience.

Publisher: Morrow