ALONG COMES JUDY JO by Mabel Dolsy Hill

ALONG COMES JUDY JO

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Judy Jo is growing up -- she is 10 in this story -- but her activities and reactions seen younger, and her audience is definitely among younger children. On this particular summer, she sees with dread, her best friend, Susan, going off on the train, and is afraid she is going to be lonesome. But Cousin Dick comes for a visit; she and her doll have an accident; she makes a new friend; she has a trip to Boston -- all in all an eventful summer. This measures up well with the other stories of this appealing little girl.

Pub Date: Sept. 15th, 1943
Publisher: Stokes