STEPPING STONES TO LOVE by Edith S. Glimore

STEPPING STONES TO LOVE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

At fifteen, Jane Greene felt that her world was falling apart. Her beautiful and talented mother had died, leaving behind a legacy of debts; her father had not been offered the much- hoped-for midwest Quaker College presidency; and, worst of all, they would have to reat Greenlands and move into the small cottage, like gatekeepers on their own property! But over the long summer, a romance with the tenants' son, plus the friendship and counseling of his mother, change Jane from a self-centered tomboy into a young lady of truly mature perception. The Quaker philosophy is part and parcel of this appealing portrait in depth.

Pub Date: Oct. 9th, 1961
Publisher: Westminster