HAVERILL HERALD by Esther Greenacre Hall
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HAVERILL HERALD

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Esther Hall is writing perhaps the best stories for older girls being written today. She has a keen sense of plot -- and her characters are not wishy-washy pasteboard characters, but flesh and blood young people. This new story of the red-headed girl, Carol, who ran her father's newspaper for him, while he was ill, is first and last a good yarn, and in between a good newspaper story, with a vocational slant to it -- and just enough hint of romance.

Pub Date: Oct. 1st, 1938
Publisher: Random House