PROGRAM FOR CHRISTINE by Pearl Bucklen Bentel
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Highly recommended for girls who are interested in radio and beginning to think about getting their first jobs. This book accomplishes the difficult feat of combining a tight plot about real life people along with a load of valuable factual advice on how to conduct oneself on the job. It deals with Christine's first job in radio and is full of specific information about the workings of a small studio that should be highly satisfying to teen-agers who look to this field for their careers. Christine gets her own program, a children's program, but it is not too easily won to be credible. The triangular love story also has real values and presents problems most girls of this age face.

Publisher: Longmans, Green