. . . both boys and girls, give pictures of life in a dozen lands. Versatile Maureen Daly whisks through interviews with a bridal couple in Morocco, a chat with Luis, a Spanish boy, and you-are-there commentaries from real boys and girls living in Gibraltar, Germany, France, Holland, Portugal, Belgium, Ireland, the Canary Islands, Nigeria and Iceland. Here American teenagers can vicariously compare notes on parents, school, clothing, dating, housing, finances and the vocational possibilities afforded abroad, and an army daughter represents children in many uprooted American families.