LINDA MARSH by Adela DeLeeuw


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Shy and unsure of herself, Linda Marsh feels sure that she will find no place for herself when her family come to a new town to live. Then a new neighbor proves the best sort of friend, and gives Linda just the push she needs; she sets about correcting her own short comings, forgets herself in turning her talents to making junior class affairs striking successes, and finds herself suddenly popular. Better still, she discovers that she has real ideas for her own future, and is a happy person. The younger high school group have liked these DeLeeuw stories, and this is bound to be popular.

Publisher: Macmillan