NO MORE GOOD-BYS by Nancy Paschal

NO MORE GOOD-BYS

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Sixteen year old Bonnie knew that her grandfather was THE Clyde Irwin, wealthy civic leader in nearby Perryton, Texas. She also knew that he had disowned his son 17 years ago when he married Bonnie's mother, a humble working girl. After his son's death, Mr. Irwin sought full custody of Bonnie and now at last poverty forced her mother to consent. Bonnie not only moves into the Irwin mansion, but into the old man's heart as well and eventually teaches him that There Are More Important Things Than Money as Grandfather, mother and daughter are re-united in a grand finale of love and understanding. Any old Elsie Dinsmore fans around?

Pub Date: March 19th, 1962
Publisher: Westminster