BUTTERFLY TAKES COMMAND by Helen Elmira Weite

BUTTERFLY TAKES COMMAND

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A career story, popularly handled, with the story aspects stressed more than the vocational side. Bee, who thinks she can't do much and that what she does is invariably wrong, overcomes her insecurities and inferiorities when she finds something she can do and loves doing, as summer student assistant in a public library. There she meets mysterious Grey, suspected of aiding Nazi saboteurs, who ultimately justifies Bee's faith in him by rounding up Nazi agents. And Bee goes on to a library career.

Pub Date: March 13th, 1944
Publisher: Macrae Smith