HOME AGAIN by Margaret H. Scott


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Seventeen year old Nearistts hates farming in Florida, and makes a false steps in a career of nursing. She has an experience with a young criminal during her first year in New York which jolted her out of her false standards; and her first year training awakened her sense of social values, the good in farming and home, the soundness of her friend Harvin's ambitions. With plausible motivation and not too obvious moralizing, this is a good tale of wholesome way of life, modern style.

Pub Date: April 24th, 1944
Publisher: Westminster