IT'S 'ARD TO GO WRONG IN THE CACTUS by Kay Grant

IT'S 'ARD TO GO WRONG IN THE CACTUS

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Blithe, breezy, sometimes ribald rhymes which have been pretty popular with the service boys -- American and Australian -- by one of the latter. Doughboys and diggers, women -- all kinds, love and virtue, frailties and mishaps, war problems, all treated lightly. Pretty obvious, for American tastes sharpened by Parker and McGinley and Nash, but good for a certain hearty-humored masculine audience.

Pub Date: May 12th, 1943
Publisher: Morrow