Gausy teen-age date dilemmas in the vernacular by the author of Seventeen. Through some politic white-lying by...

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Gausy teen-age date dilemmas in the vernacular by the author of Seventeen. Through some politic white-lying by fifteen-year-old Marcy's older brother Ken, she and Steve Judson happily pair off for Marcy's first near-steady dating. However, Ken's heart throbs when caught in the shares of the languid Devon, spur him on to some string pulling which results in a quarrel between Marcy and Steve. Pleasant flummery -- not too overcooked -- but the dateless reader may igh with envy. Also Marcy grows rily feline as she hits her stride, and Steve loses much of his manly dignity thereby.

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: June 15, 1950