WAR WINGS FOR CAROL by Patricia O'Malley

WAR WINGS FOR CAROL

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Another Carol story; and a good one, this time with the war as a major notes Teen-age girls will follow happily this glamorous heroine to her further adventures at an airport in the Maine woods, where she takes over an important administrative job and helps in the capture of an enemy agent. But especially for girls who are air-minded the book is saturated with an atmosphere of flying and gives a valuable picture of the many kinds of jobs now being handled by girls in commercial aviation. Both as story and as vocational suggestion is a first-rate job.

Pub Date: May 18th, 1943
Publisher: Dodd, Mead