Finance, Felines and Figuring It All Out: Utilitarian Reading for Seniors

Robertson, Guy
April 2006
Feliciter;2006, Vol. 52 Issue 2, p76
The article reports on the benefits that seniors could acquire from utilitarian reading. Elders need books either for leisure or to gather information that could be of help in their jobs or in various undertakings. Topics that seniors could be of interest and useful are health, gardening, finance, pet care,crafts, and humanitarian.


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