Marcy spends lots of time ""mooning"" and her dreams of glory are usually compounded with self-pity. Often she doesn't know what really happens or what she wildly imagines and the superimposed image blurs the story here, creating some of its suspense, when she takes the wealthy Lennings' baby (to save it from the kidnap threat of their maid and her boy friend). Marcy and the baby go on a long safari through woods and field; the baby gets damper and limper; and finally she leaves it on a doorstep near home only to . . . . Well done of its kind which is for women only but surely.