A SUMMER TO SHARE by Helen Kay

A SUMMER TO SHARE

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Merry looks forward to a summer, not spent in camp or on an elaborate trip, but a lovely private summer in which she can chase frogs, play with her cat, wade, and generally take advantage of the pleasures a quiet country summer affords. At first her vacation falls short of her expectations. She is lonely. But when a city girl comes as a guest, Merry not only learns a great deal about insects and animals, she learns the satisfaction of sharing and of understanding a person who in temperament and background comes from a different world.

Pub Date: March 21st, 1960
Publisher: Hastings House