UNCERTAIN APRIL by Celia Page

UNCERTAIN APRIL

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Oh so nice and oh so sentimental story of a demure and dowdy little librarian of a small town who wins a contest and some prize money and does a right about face. With New York clothes and her face and hair done over, she returns to Colford to join in all the community doings, to play a bit of library politics so as to fill the post as she wills it -- and at the close gets a proposal of marriage herself. Rentals -- and branch library, light romance.

Pub Date: Sept. 6th, 1940
Publisher: Doubleday, Doran