UPF 75th



"Six days a week readers found wit and humor and more than a little common sense in her 'Songs of a Housewife' " "Syndicated in more than 50 papers nationwide, she could claim literally thousands of readers for what, by all accounts, was an immensely popular feature."
--Library Journal

"of all the books published about Rawlings, this one offers the most surprising insight."
--Orlando Sentinel

"an interesting look at Rawlings' perspective on the lives of American women at home in the 1920s, as well as an enlightening glimpse of the pop culture of the times."
--Gainesville Sun