JAMIE'S SUMMER VISITOR by Betty Roland

JAMIE'S SUMMER VISITOR

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KIRKUS REVIEW

In upsidedown Australia Jamie's summer visitor came to the bush for Christmas (with no explanation to the confused reader from the Western Hemisphere). She was a stuck-up kid from Sydney with braces and glasses, but underneath it all was a scared little girl who thought her mother hated her because she was ugly. Blatant back fence psychology, slight and obvious text.

Pub Date: June 5th, 1967
Publisher: McGraw-Hill