What have you done all day? Poems. by Marjorie Miller, Marilyn, Lee

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Marjorie Lee's poems, containing the feelings and experiences of a young family seen through the eyes of a mother, express them better than prose could have done. Full of warm, old fashioned sentiment that combines readily with her lively wit.

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Published January 1, 1973 by Crown Publishers. 85 pages
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