WINGS FOR CAROL by Patricia O'Malley

WINGS FOR CAROL

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Well done of its type, but more appropriate for the older girl market for which it was originally designed, than for the adult market. The vocational angle takes precedence over the romantic, in a story of an airline stewardess. Carolyn Rogers, the heroine, has trained to be a nurse, and aspires to the coveted position of stewardess with a commercial airline. Finally, after the routine training, she and her chum get their wings, and Carol manages to cop the glamor assignments. On the side there is a young inventor, top man in the field. And a more serious note is struck in the volunteer work for Red Cross flood relief work. Very well done of its type. Plus juvenile sale.

Pub Date: Feb. 24th, 1940
Publisher: Greystone