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Sixpence in her shoe
Sixpence in her shoe
Author: Phyllis McGinley
"The rewards of homemaking have seldom had such a warm and wise tribute as Phyllis McGinley gives it...executed with love, humor and candor." -Boston Globe
ISBN: 60991
Pages: 256
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Publisher: Dell Publishing Co., 1964
Book Type: Paperback
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An old-fashioned book, perhaps, but this author is really enjoyable. From her preface: This is a book for, by and about the American housewife. I admit it as shamelessly as I confess that its title refers to an alien legend. .... so by sixpence I mean a reward. And it is the rewards as well as the challenges and difficulties of creating a home which I discuss here." And she does it with humor.
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