WENDERLEY by Gertrude Mallette

WENDERLEY

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Trailer camps have sprung up around defense plants, and sooner or later there will be a first rate story against that setting. This falls short on several counts, though the idea is a good one. It is a story of two girls whose parents are working, and who attempt to put into effect various ideas for improving the camp. It is rather hit or miss -- but the idea of everyone doing his (or her) bit for the good of all is almost too obviously put over. Romantic backdrop -- with both girls attempting to keep their own personal problems out of it -- ends on an optimistic note.

Pub Date: Oct. 1st, 1943
Publisher: Doubleday, Doran