NEW ENGLAND YEAR by Muriel Follett

NEW ENGLAND YEAR

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KIRKUS REVIEW

I thought it enchanting. Anyone who loved Adventures, in Contentment, with something of The Country Kitchen, something of As The Earth Turns will like this day by day record of a Vermont farm, written by an articulate farm woman. One gets a rounded picture of the family, the life, the daily routine, neighbors, village life, seasonal activities, grange meetings, town meetings, 4-H club, harvest, health education, the hurricane (1938), cooperatives -- farm life, American style, today, a vital force in our national life. It has a warm quality, a sense of fundamental values, a naturalness -- and it is homely, pleasant reading.

Publisher: Stephen Daye Press