A PLACE FOR ANN by Phyllis A. Whitney

A PLACE FOR ANN

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A group of young people in a small city, unable to find any niche for themselves because of the economic situation, make a go of a cooperative ""service"" (from baby minding to pottery), under the guidance of Ann, who is one of them, but has more gumption than the rest. The moral is just a bit too obvious now and then, and the solution is weakened (as an object lesson) by the fact that a wealthy citizen lends them the house for their activities. But as a story, the book is good reading.

Pub Date: Sept. 27th, 1940
Publisher: Houghton, Mifflin