PETITE SUZANNE by Marguerite De Angeli
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This -- in spite of its own peculiar charm -- will be a disappointment to the readers of all ages who loved Harner's Lydia. In the first place, it is a much slighter story, somewhat machine-made, in order to get in various facts about life on the GaspÉ Section, the story is interrupted by the style, which shifts from past to present tense, thus giving an impression of checking the story to bring in fact and information. The pictures are utterly delightful. And the general format is attractive.

Pub Date: Oct. 22nd, 1937
Publisher: Doubleday, Doran