THE OLDEST ONE by  Dorothy Holder

THE OLDEST ONE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

After school, Fran frantically races off to the photography shop where she holds a part time job. The needed pocket and house money pours in, but martyr-like, lets her social life suffer and nearly fizzle out as she dedicates herself unnecessarily to the doings of the shop. The portrayal is convincing, but Fran's routined, busy days follow monotonously after one another and become tedious for the reader.

Pub Date: Sept. 26th, 1963
Publisher: Funk & Wagnalls