SAL FISHER, BROWNIE SCOUT by L. S. Gardner

SAL FISHER, BROWNIE SCOUT

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KIRKUS REVIEW

In the same sprightly, realistic way that she wrote about Cub Scouts (see From Bobcat to Welf 1952 p. 370) Lillian Gardner recounts a year in the life of a beginning Brownfe group. Young Brownies who read it for themselves will cotton immediately to seven year old Sal -- plump, straight haired and a good natured rebel. With her older sister about to become a Girl Scout, Sal has her moments of jealousy, of chagrin about being clumsy- but after a year of exciting projects like cookie making, visiting in the country, helping the hospital,- Sal's very happy girl.

Pub Date: Oct. 1st, 1953
Publisher: Watts