SPARROW LAEE by

SPARROW LAEE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

the events of her sixteenth year, especially the niors winter she spent at Sparrow Lake. With her guardian Aunt Alice, temperament and wering will, Liddie is given a chance to make her an all year . Shy and withdrawn she is lucky to meet who offers her real friendship and an introduction to Johnny Hunter. Because of their romance between Liddie and Johnny progresses slowly if until Aunt to the whole situation. She convinces her weaker sister of the with These people and of the ""importance"" of . Little private school. Soon afterward the house at Sparrow take is in the ""right"" environment is left only with the memory of relationship. The author's acquiescence to Aunt Ila's snobbery, through of events, through Liddie's total acceptance of them (..... ""all for the best"", she muses), story in a dubious moral light. Teenage girls can take the few will agree with Liddie's disappointing knuck

Publisher: Coward-McCann