JENNY'S SECRET ISLAND by Phillis Gerrard Bowley
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JENNY'S SECRET ISLAND

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This is an exciting story full of thrills, humor and amusing repartee, with the central character a young spitfire, Jenny, who lives on St. David's Island, a part of the Bermudas, and shares her adventures with her annoying pal, Randy Granville. Jenny's parents are absorbed in their poetry and leave her sompletely free, though carrying the burdens of house-keeping. Two little Canadians, Jean and her small sister, Pudge, have their share, too, but it is Jenny who is cast away on Black Parson Island where she finally finds the solution of the mystery of the cannon ball messages, and where she finds the pearls and ambergris. Good reading. And easy selling.

Pub Date: April 1st, 1943
Publisher: Winston