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A BOY GROWS UP

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Through case studies (very human bits out of his own experience), through anecdotes, through analysis, the authors present the problems of adolescence, -- the self reliant boy, the spoiled boy, problems of family conflict, problems of school adjustment, of fitting into organization, of handling finances, of health, skills, hobbies, etc. Good as aid to better understanding -- good as opening wedge on vocational matters. Inadequate on matters of education and sex. Excellent bibliographies.

Pub Date: Oct. 1st, 1940
Publisher: Whittlesey House