In these stories Mrs. Deland has immortalized the little Pennsylvania town of Manchester where she was born. They comprise a mild and smooth running tale of village life with some deepening of interest around the central figures of Miss Lydia, the gallant "little wet hen," and the boy Johnny, whom she mothers when his parents forsake him.
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