GID GRANGER by Robert Davis
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Lively story of how a young American boy on a Vermont farm takes over the big job of running the farm when his older brother goes to war. A hard-working 4- group pitch in to make their community into a better place -- rugged individualists learn to pull together in the national emergency -- and human warmth lends understanding as foreigners and outsiders and intruders become contributing, useful citizens.

Pub Date: Oct. 1st, 1945
Publisher: Holiday House