An old story, on the lightweight side, but skilfully done, lively, sympathetic, and real. A story of a boy with four parents and two homes. A story of the loss of security in the breakup of a home, of restlessness, no matter which home he is visiting. Varied forms his rebellion takes. He is evicted from camp. And the modern, progressive educational point of view proves a failure. He wants one thing -- and he can't have it.