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The Hidden Art of Homemaking
The Hidden Art of Homemaking
Author: Edith Schaeffer
"I would define 'hidden art' as the art found in the ordinary areas of everyday life. Each person has, I believe, some talent which is unfulfilled in some hidden area of his being -- a talent which could be expressed adn developed." That is how Edith Schaeffer defines her theme in this fascinating and unusual book. The Hidden Art of Homemakin...  more »
ISBN: 56993
Pages: 215
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Publisher: Tyndale House Publishers
Book Type: Paperback
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I agree with the other review I've seen here. This was a boring book and I feel like all the other descriptions, etc. were misleading. This isn't the book I thought it would be.
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No other word to describe this book...

Boring.... I bought this book because it came soooo recommended but I couldn't wait to pass it on to someone else. I talked with one of my friends that also bought it. She totally agreed with me. It is just boring. I don't know why this book was republished. Mrs. Schaeffer has other books that are better!