If you are a fan of Dorothy Canfield Fisher, author of The Homemaker, a 1924 novel about a woman who works while her husband stays home with the kids, or The Bent Twig, her entertaining novel about a likeable Vermont housewife, you might appreciate her last novel, Seasoned Timber, published in 1939, the story of a headmaster at a boarding school in Vermont. This edition is A Hardscrabble Classic, published by University Press of New England. Leave a comment if you’d like it.
All in the U.S. and Canada are eligible, including those of you who have “won” books in the past. I wish I could send books outside of North America, but the postage defeats me.
And thank you for taking these books off my hands, if you will.