THE STEP-TWINS by Rose B. Knox
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THE STEP-TWINS

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KIRKUS REVIEW

This new Rose Knox story fits in with The Boys and Sally in type of story and age appeal. First rate picture of life in a sleepy southern town, and of the activities of the group of children. The boy of the ""step-twins"" has run wild for most of his childhood; the girl has been carefully reared by her grandmother, while her widowed mother works for a living. When the parents marry, there is war declared. But the girl ""twin"" makes good, and their adventures make entertaining reading.

Pub Date: Sept. 9th, 1938
Publisher: Doubleday, Doran