JOSIE AND JOE by Ruth Gipson Plowhead
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JOSIE AND JOE

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Another good twin story, with a girl who wishes she could be a boy, and who manages, by flukes, to share most of her brother's activities (and triumphs). Then chance shifts her attention to a possible award -- and she swallows the means because of the end, and enrolls in one branch of the 4H clubs. From that point on, she finds there is some fun in being a girl. Episodic in treatment, but a good yarn. And Josie, in and out of hot water, is a flesh and blood youngster.

Pub Date: Sept. 1st, 1938
Publisher: Caxton Printers