THE COPPER KETTLE by Annette Turngren

THE COPPER KETTLE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Oland (island in the Baltic), Stockholm and Jenny Lind -- as background and atmosphere for a story of little Mari, who hated housewifery and womanish things, but whose imagination was enlisted in the cause of the motherless boys, particularly little lame August, who moved next door to the vicarage. The plots and plans for getting rid of cranky old Stor-Brita occupied the attention of all the youngsters. And the story ends with Stor-Brita out of the picture and a wedding. Attractive and decorative line drawings throughout by Dorothy Bayley.

Pub Date: Oct. 16th, 1939
Publisher: Nelson