A graphic picture of the adolescent American girl, brave and loyal, innocently daring, trustful alike of her vagrant impulses and of people, warm hearted and impulsive. She is quite right when she complains that her family does not understand her. Most parents do not understand their daughters of that age. Therefore this is a book that mothers and fathers of girls ought to read, for it will help to enlighten them. Also, they, and all others, will find it the most clever and amusing of all Mrs. Rinehart's books." -New York Times
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