"Yoking the sweetly normal (Hepzibah's ironing board) with the wryly odd (the ironing board has chicken feet) reflects the very human story of fitting in, making friends, and working with what you are given. (Picture book. 4-8)"
"Contrived but amiable romance-mystery, not up to the author's best."
Social-worker Linda Stewart, 42 and single, has adopted an infant born to pugnacious high-school student Marylou Rogin, who'd come to the Riverview Center for Teenagers, where Linda is a senior counselor.
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