GOODBYE BLUE JEANS by Kay Avery

GOODBYE BLUE JEANS

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Susan Riley, a thirteen-year-old, dedicated tomboy, Fred, the ""brain"", and , the brainless, plan and print a weekly mimeographed newspaper during the summer in Linville, U.S.A. The industrious ""three"" have a few problems, but their efforts and in widespread success. And, in the end, Susan gives up her boyish ways, and proves herself to be a raving young beauty as she walks away with the prize at the annual ball. The author, who has written about young people before, does not demonstrate unusual writing ability in this book which has a weak plot and poorly developed characters.

Pub Date: March 1st, 1963
Publisher: Washburn