YESTERDAY'S CHILDREN by La Mar Warrick

YESTERDAY'S CHILDREN

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KIRKUS REVIEW

An unassuming story of a suburban Chicago family and the problems involving parents and their son, the community and the war. Randy spans the 15-18 year period, finding himself through High School, college, and training for the Air Force, while Mother and Father cope with his varied emotional problems, -- religious, social, questions of a job, and of independence. Fairly representative portrait of attitudes and beliefs in the war, education, religion, morals, and manners.

Pub Date: April 20th, 1943
Page count: 105pp
Publisher: Crowell