EVERYBODY BUT ME by Julia First

EVERYBODY BUT ME

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KIRKUS REVIEW

The latest of Julia First's flimsy inventions concerns Sandy, almost twelve, who loves both the city (Boston) and her private school there and is heartbroken when the decision is made to move the school out to the suburbs where she lives. Sandy also envies her best friend Emily who moves a lot and lives in the elegant hotels her father manages, though Emily would rather have a real home like Sandy. They fight over the move which Emily along with all the other students favors, but the issue becomes unimportant when they learn that Emily must move again. And Sandy's opposition to the move totally evaporates when she learns that the new school will have boys. Piffle.

Pub Date: May 14th, 1976
Page count: 98pp
Publisher: Prentice-Hall