Three cheers for a good school story, with sound psychology and a very real set of girl-problems. Dinty was ambitious, not...

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Three cheers for a good school story, with sound psychology and a very real set of girl-problems. Dinty was ambitious, not for fame and fortune, but for the sort of good times she thought the girls at the private school had. But when she managed to get there, she found it wasn't all she thought, and that, in the long run, the old set of values of home counted for more than the new. A moral little story, but it is alive, the girls are real, and Dinty is no plaster saint, not by a long shot.

Pub Date: July 1, 1937

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Publisher: Lippincott

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: July 1, 1937