JONATHAN'S DOORSTEP by Helen Clark Fernald

JONATHAN'S DOORSTEP

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Against a background of a New England house which has been the home of her family for 250 years, Carolina is suddenly brought face to face with the problems of world larger than her own and the realities of the present. Becoming acquainted with young people from all parts of the war-torn world she, for the first time, realizes the significance of her own home and of the part her people have played and must continue to play in the dramatic story of the United States. This is definitely a book with a mission, but it is good reading and should interest young people as a novel, as well as desirable propaganda.

Pub Date: Aug. 1st, 1943
Publisher: Longmans, Green