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Reviews by Catriona

The Campfire Girls Go Motoring

by Hildegard G. Frey

A fun read which also gives a window into life and travelling by road in the USA in 1915. Cars and travellers were very tough then!
It's not to be taken as serious book, but is written in a lively way which still appeals now.

Reviewed on 2010.09.10

Ethel Morton at Rose House

by Mabell S. C. Smith

This book seems to pick up mid-series about a group of young people from well to do families who have formed a club to help others.

It's interesting enough, but as we're launched straight in with no background information I found it difficult to identify with any characters.

There are lengthy descriptions of how to build furniture from old boxes, should you so wish.

Reviewed on 2010.09.10

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