Cheaper by the Dozen
Publish date: December 28th 1950
Publisher: Dramatic Publishing Company
Pages no: 77
Edition language: English
Series: Cheaper by the Dozen (#1)
This was a delightful book, for readers of all ages. It's filled with family tidbits from the early 1920's. The writing style is from a narrative point of view, describing the lives of the family through one of the sons. There are many parts where the father strongly reminds me of J. Jonah Jameson f...
What do you get when you put twelve lively kids together with a father -- a famous efficiency expert -- who believes families can run like factories, and a mother who is his partner in everything except discipline? You get a hilarious tale of growing up that has made generations of kids and adults a...
This is the book that made me wish I had more siblings! Such a great family, and such a great story. The best part is that it's all true! A more loving, happy-go-lucky family you will never find.
Nice little back story to Cinder.
This is one of my favorite books from childhood. I grew up loving the Gilbreths, and then had a man who worshipped at the same altar as my major professor in college. Every time I re-read the book now, I think not only of happy childhood memories, but of happy college memories as well.As for the b...
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