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Read this when I was a teen. -- just as amusing as I remembered. Clean and wholesome. The setting is upper crust society in the 1920's. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Pink Frog
Allowing for the intentional atrocious spelling, this engaging diary-type account of a young girl of the 40s is worth reading and earns 5 stars on its own meritPublished 13 months ago by L. Follett
I loved this book-the various school essays and diary entries of a teen in the early 20th century that tell the story of her very dramatic life.. Such fun!Published 17 months ago by Zoe
I loved this book! What a charming record of a young girl's earnest and silly thoughts! I remember having a similiar journal, although with much less action! :) A must-read.Published 17 months ago by Beth
I enjoyed reading this book. Life was very different but interesting. There were some funny parts as well as serious. Times sure have changed.Published on June 6, 2013 by Pcm
I like Mary Roberts Rinehart, but this is one of her worst books. It is about a 16-17 year old who wants to be like her 20 month older sister. Read morePublished on February 27, 2013 by kip
I did manage to finish reading this book, but it certainly was not memorable. I wouldn't recommend it to anyone.Published on November 5, 2012 by EM
This was such a cute book. From her totally clueless observations, to her creative spelling. It was just a fun read. And an interesting insight to life in a different time.Published on May 17, 2012 by Amazon Customer