A time of growing
Jean Van Leeuwen
Random House, Dec 1, 1967 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 322 pages
Eighteen short stories of young women at moments in their lives when they reach a new maturity or make discoveries about themselves and their worlds, by such authors as Jean Fritz, Katherine Mansfield, Nancy Hale, Reynolds Price, Jessamyn West, and Maureen Daly.
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