FLOWER GIRL by Myra Berry Brown

FLOWER GIRL

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Almost as important as the bride herself is the little flower girl who helps beautify her path to the altar- and now that Linda was marrying George, Jenny from next door had been chosen for this honored role. As the gifts for Linda come flowing in, as the workmen busily set up the pink and white paraphernalia for a garden wedding, Jenny sees all from her perch next door. And then the day arrives and Jenny in delectable array walks down the aisle. The merry illustrations by Jan Miller in appropriate pink and white, the bubbly descriptions of pre-wedding excitement and the thrills of the event itself capture an aura that will delight many little aspirants to Jenny's good fortune.

Pub Date: June 21st, 1961
Publisher: Watts