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Nancy of Paradise Cottage by Shirley Watkins 1921 Goldsmith

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Antiquarian & Collectible

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Condition:

Used

Binding:

Hardcover

Printing Year:

1921

Category:

Children's

Topic:

Children's Literature

Publisher:

The Goldsmith Publishing Company

Author:

Shirley Watkins

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Item number:

863243

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Nancy of Paradise Cottage by Shirley Watkins 1921 Goldsmith Nancy of Paradise Cottage Shirley Watkins New York: The Goldsmith Publishing Co. Copyright 1921 307 pages The front hinge is starting to crack and the binding has several breaks but all pages are present and attached. The pages are tanned and there is a gift inscription dated 1933 and a Christmas sticker on the front end paper, and a name and address written on the rear end paper. The spine is very faded. Acceptable. Hardcover. Mrs. Prescottt and pretty, luxury loving Alma would rather get at the nice things more quickly; and in the poor circumstances of the little family, it is Nancy who has to struggle to keep off the rocks on which the impractical optimism of her mother and sister threaten to land them. It is after the disastrous results of Mrs. Prescott's efforts to give her daughters advantages and pleasures that are far beyond the scope of their small fortune, that Nancy finally persuades her mother and Alma to her own level headed point of view; and then, as if by magic, the "nice, unexpected things" begin to happen. (#000050)
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