THE PINK HOUSE by Nelia Gardner White

THE PINK HOUSE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Morah, a crippled child of seven, is orphaned and sent to live in the strangely complicated household of her Aunt Rose. She learns to fight the loneliness and indifference she finds there, and makes a place for herself with the help of the staunch Aunt Pol, and the friendship of Paul, sensitive eldest son, whose abnormal relationship with the woman he thought his mother proves a salient factor in the development of plot. An appealing portrait of adolescence and youth, with enough story, romance and character interest to capture the imagination of sensitive teen age girls.

Pub Date: Feb. 20th, 1950
Publisher: Viking