ACRES OF HAPPINESS by Rabbi Moshe Maggal


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KIRKUS REVIEW a small crop of cliches imported from the old country, stories whether de Maupassant's or plain people's, homilies, fables about the good life which resides in the old values--home, health, faith, tolerance etc. The Rabbi chides his new affluent American congregation and perhaps some of them will be reading as well as listening. They'll accept his hapniness and won't find that worm in the apple or the cinchbug in the corn.

Pub Date: Dec. 1st, 1967
Publisher: Hawthorn