THE FAMILY IN A WORLD AT WAR by Sidonie Matsner -- Ed. Gruenberg

THE FAMILY IN A WORLD AT WAR

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Articles from experts on programs for tightening family morale in a period of heightened tension, new conditions, and expanding industrial areas, that cover adjustment, health, nutrition, community consciousness, emotional strains and stresses, woman's participation, postwar preparation. Sections on the adolescent, on youth and morale, precepts from Great Britain on care of children and woman's work in wartime. There is a section on parents' questions and the answers to them, and a valuable condensation of suggestions for families. It sums up to -- Your children can take it if you can. Good for child study groups, PTA, schools. Among the contributors:- Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt, Pearl Buck, Dorothy Canfield Fisher, Caroline B. Zachry, Paul McNutt and others. Mrs. Gruenberg heads up the New York Child Study Association.

Pub Date: June 10th, 1942
Publisher: Harper