"Still, an interesting smattering of social history, appealingly added to by the many details of Dixon's lively watercolors. (Biography/Picture book. 6-10)"
Only the title suggests where the climax occurs in this fictionalization of an obscure (if colorful) life with many unknowns: the dated incidents and vignettes in Blos's account are like beads on a string, well polished but all the same size. Mrs. J. J. Brown (``The Unsinkable Molly'') won fame as a Titanic passenger who was responsible for saving many lives.
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