LIKE A RED RED ROSE by Florence Musgrave

LIKE A RED RED ROSE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A disappointment for her fans, here. There is very little plot, vapid characterization in the recital of Toni Myers, 13, and her ""romance"" with Henry Pearson. Toni and the reader listen to the moralizing of Toni's teacher after a theft occurs at school. Toni must choose between ""tattling"" on the culprit or seeing a teacher robbed of a sizeable sum. Toni compromises by writing a note to tell the teacher of the hiding place in which the money is concealed. It is a singularly dull story.

Pub Date: April 14th, 1958
Publisher: Hastings House