Sensible Kate

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Viking Press, Jan 1, 1943 - Orphans - 189 pages
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Ten-year-old orphaned Kate, who knows herself to be a very sensible child, longs to be cute and pretty. When she comes to live with new foster parents and meets a friendly young artist couple who recognize her qualities, Kate begins to change her goals.

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User Review  - satyridae - LibraryThing

Why Doris Gates hasn't listservs devoted to her lovely work is beyond me. This tale of Kate, who is an orphan easily as delightful as Anne Shirley, is one I treasure and re-read often. In fact, I'm ... Read full review

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User Review  - B. Hale - Goodreads

While I generally loved the book, I have to say that either I'm very good at making inferences with clues, happenings and information being shared in the story or this story was just that predictable ... Read full review

Contents

THE QUESTION MARK IN THE KITCHEN
ii
EDGE OF LAND
24
LIGHTHOUSE AVENUE
38
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