EASTER HOLIDAY by Ruth Blodgett
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The market for this is that of Mother of Five. -- A family story of a widow striving to meet the problems of her growing children, learning that there are crises where a mother is no help at all, and that she has still her own life to lead. The period is the depression -- the focus is on the Thursday to Sunday of the Easter weekend, with the son home from college, ready to champion to the last odds, a girl of a different social strata, two daughters, intent on pleasure and their own interests. A good woman's book, and should get wide distribution in the better type of rental libraries.

Pub Date: March 7th, 1935
Publisher: Harcourt, Brace