JUST LIKE NANCY by Marian Cumming

JUST LIKE NANCY

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Nancy was Marjory's sister in All About Marjory (1950, p. 560) and again we have the setting of turn-of-the-century Texas in a little girl growing up story that takes Nancy through the seven to eight year old steps that Marjory took before. More of a practical nature than her imaginative sister, Nancy does things like helping nurse in a chicken pox epidemic in the kindergarten-or worrying about being original. Thanksgiving, a new baby in the family, are more occasions for Nancy to prove her dependability. An entirely merry, affable book bound to elicit sympathetic feelings from the age group.

Pub Date: Feb. 26th, 1953
Publisher: Harcourt, Brace