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Title: A Sister for Helen.
Description: Andre Deutsch, (London, 1976, Ist edition.. 139 pp, 8vo, HC in dust jacket. Color jacket illustration and b&w interior drawings by Pat Marriott. "Everyone expected Helen to be happy now her mother was home from hospital; but she wasn't. Her mother was different, always tired, and not the c heerful person Helen remembered. When Charity arrived to help in the house Helen was resentful, and showed her feelings in ways that hindred her mother's recovery. But in spite of herself she grew to love Charity's three-year-old daugh t e r , K a t i e , and it was her return to the orphanage that finally made Helen change her mind about a lot of things.." Helen was first introduced to readers in 'The Funny Guy', which depicted the life of this affectionate little girl in the e ar ly y e ar s of t he t w entieth century in a small town near Boston. Interior clean and tight with no previous ownership marks. Exterior - minor edgewear to boards, top corner of boards bumped with some migration to the tips fo the first/ las t f ew pag es of t ext . Dus t j ac ket has ligth edgewear/wrinkling - nice colorful cover illustration of Helen and Katie playing in snow. VG/VG.

Keywords: Helen Hamilton, Girls, Charity, Katie, Family Life, Pat Marriott, Grace Hogarth, the Funny Guy.

Price: US$ 20.00 Seller: Capricorn Books
- Book number: 7789

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