THE LITTLE AMERICAN GIRL by Marjorie Hill Allee
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THE LITTLE AMERICAN GIRL

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This is an unusual background for a story, the Paris of exiles and students and idealists, in the Quaker International Center to which Sandy has gone from an American college, determined ""to learn to speak French fluently, to make friends with all kinds of people, and to grow up."" Just how she fulfills her program makes an interesting story, often challenging to young minds. A book of deeper import and greater significance than the average girl's book.

Pub Date: Aug. 9th, 1938
Publisher: Houghton, Mifflin