THE STORY OF MARTHA WASHINGTON by Jeannette C. Nolan

THE STORY OF MARTHA WASHINGTON

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Here's a biographer who do distinguished work on her own, but who seems hemmed in and frustrated when she works in the pattern of a series. The Martha Washington story affords rather slender material on which to build, and here seems artificial and labored. Much of it is told in dialogue which frequently seems stilted, but children like dialogue which forwards the story, and to that extent the goal has been achieved. A disappointing item.

Publisher: Grosset & Dunlap