BALLY AND HER HOMEMAKING by May Worthington

BALLY AND HER HOMEMAKING

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A follow up of Sally and her Kitchens, this domestic daughter's story of a housekeeping natural. Sally, is engaged, but forced to postpone marriage for a year, and this year is spent in working for a kitchen column on a newspaper (all about recipes, lunches, odd bits about the home); and for a magazine where she also works on the home economic and, with label decorations et al. Then marriage- her own home- fixing it up-gardening dinners, etc. More informative than fictional, lots of good advice, whole-somely dished up.

Pub Date: Aug. 19th, 1941
Publisher: Dodd, Mead