GREEN PEACE by Marjorie Hayes


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GREEN PEACE was the name of the illustrious New England Howe family's home. This is the very pleasant story of Harmony, who at 13 was mother and father to her little blind brother and took him to Howe's institution for the blind, Dr. Samuel Gridley Howe, eminent figure of the Civil War era, took on the little brother and sent Harmony to live in his own ample, joyous household. Here the appealing, straightforward young girl moets many of the most famous figures of her time and her growth and life in the exciting household is an exceptional vantage point for the reader. Good story, excellent background, sound values and make this desirable for schools, libraries, etc. Market chiefly for girls.

Pub Date: Sept. 19th, 1945
Publisher: Lippincott