KAY ANN by Grace and Harold Johnson


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Jeune fille jollity in the blue-jean, bobby-sox genre. At fifteen Kay Ann's main concern is horses and Jerry, the star athlete of the high school. Through savings and, good deeds Kay is able to buy a beautiful saddle horse, and through a teacher crush and brief flash of interest in a bookworm, Kay Ann realizes that Jerry, after all, is the man for her. To be expected -- devoted, very unmasculinely humble swain; indulgent parents; easy money; and general lack of mental or emotional strain. Credit -- some professional tips on exhibiting saddle horses. Ohio locale.

Pub Date: March 1st, 1951
Publisher: Whittlesey