SHANTY ANN by Grace Moon
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Personally, I like this California story of Grace Moon's better than I do her Indian and Mexican stories. One gets the same feel of the love of the edge of the desert land, of the out-of-doors, of simple life and simple people. The mystery will intrigue boys and girls alike. And the casual adventuring on the highways and roadsides is eternally fascinating -- even when the breakdown and theft of the old Ford makes it necessary to build a home out of a dust heap.

Pub Date: Sept. 1st, 1935
Publisher: Stokes