HAVE A GOOD YEAR by Gertrude Thompson Bryant

HAVE A GOOD YEAR

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Have a Good Year is a story without a story about the time Libbie Fowler, from a small town, is transplanted to the city to a ""row house."" She hates everything about it at first. But she writes a play, which they decide to put on at her new ""dumb"" school; tries out for the school orchestra; shops a little; sells lemonade and brownies; then goes back to the country. Libbie's a nice, ordinary little girl which is about all you can say for this which is only for the youngest members of this age group.

Pub Date: Sept. 26th, 1966
Publisher: Norton