MAKE WAY FOR WATER by Eleanor Clymer

MAKE WAY FOR WATER

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A water shortage in a big city, like New York's some years ago, is the impetus for a farm boy's visit to town and his concurrent knowledge gathering about community interdependence. Peter is resentful when Mike and his father, a Water Supply Department man, say he and his family must move to make room for a needed reservoir. But at Mike's, the boys catch a bad leak in the cellar, and once back at his new farm, Peter realizes the value of mutual aid.

Pub Date: Oct. 1st, 1953
Publisher: Messner