MOSTLY THE MELDONS by Decie Merwin
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MOSTLY THE MELDONS

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For girls teetering on the early side of the teens, this should strike a familiar note. To Sally Meldon, life in the smoothly organized apartment of her friend, Jennifer Burke, seems enviable, with breakfast in bed and everything under the control of Mrs. Burke, who directs a panel radio program about teen-agers. Sally soon tires of the effortless household and appreciates her own four brothers and sisters despite the inconvenience they sometimes mean, and Jennifer, an only child, confirms this. Sound perspective for teen-agers who think that the grass is always greener.

Pub Date: Sept. 4th, 1957
Publisher: Lippincott