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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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

Contents

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

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