Cathy's home seems very helter-skelter to the neighbors -- what with an artist father and a politically minded mother, and...

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CATHY CARLISLE

Cathy's home seems very helter-skelter to the neighbors -- what with an artist father and a politically minded mother, and Cathy seems to have a tremendous amount of responsibility and worry, financial and otherwise, for a fourteen year old sister of small twins and a brother. But she enjoys life, except when problems of clothes and beaux and dances disrupt things. One way and another, luck provides the dress at the right moment, the riding habit in the nick of time- and the artist father gets the breaks his daughter yearned for him to have. Lively- if occasionally confused- story.

Pub Date: March 1, 1948

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Page Count: -

Publisher: Crowell

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: March 1, 1948