MAMA'S  by Kathryn Forbes
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MAMA'S

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For that warn spot in your heart, for the good people doing good deeds, for sincere sentient -- in San Francisco, whose testics in raising and handling might well be commended to everyone. Account as story (already familiar to Readers' Digest public). The that short stories and their don't best sell was smashed for . The readers who want something not about the war, something will delightful in out the ways in which Mens copes with that brought the whole family unhappiness, with and the cat that had to be killed and Christine's and romance, and Papa's to ride in an airplane. and a raft of sunts and uncles to Mama's skillful however bad, must be turned to some good. So -- when you finish. This sterling belief in goodness and or stuffy reotitude. It's the sort of heartening the sales.

Pub Date: March 1st, 1943
Publisher: Harcourt, Brase