MODEL CHILD by Marjory Mall

MODEL CHILD

By
Email this review

KIRKUS REVIEW

The career story of Bunnie, of the small Eastern city of Stonebury, a spoiled young lady who aspects life to fall into her lap and who learns sadly that life is letting her sit right where she's been waiting. She is very pretty and knows it. With growing awareness of her faults, Bunnie changes completely. Application, really hard work, consideration of others, and a change of values bring satisfaction, solid achievement and some advance in her modelling career. Her relationships improve and Bunnie is eventually successful in her career as a model, acquires a really nice beau, decent friends, and an apartment of her own. Fair background. Somewhat strained and talky.

Pub Date: Sept. 19th, 1945
Publisher: Houghton, Mifflin