GINNIE AND THE NEW GIRL by Catherine Woolley
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GINNIE AND THE NEW GIRL

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A perfect story for the nine to ten year olds continues the adventures of Ginnie and Geneva and Ginnie Joins. In and makes clear the value of self sufficiency. When the new girl Marcia threatens and successfully moves in on her ""best friend"" Geneva's affections, Ginnie, with help from her mother and a free rein for her natural interest in the world around her, conquers her bitterness. Her buoyancy wins back Geneva, and helps solve Marcia's own family problems that have made her jealous and assertive. Sound, gay treatment of real problems.

Pub Date: Aug. 18th, 1954
Publisher: Morrow