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“The sixteenth year is the hardest, darling. . . . You’re neither fish nor fowl this year. So keep your mind on Art.” But to Lambie Prowder, junior miss with eyeglasses and too frank a nature, Art is not enough to carry her through this summer trip to Mexico. She watches her companions Corney and Horty, each a ripe seventeen, exercising their pink magic,* and comes quickly to the tragic conclusion that she will never learn. Yet her hilarious adventures, beginning with the loss of all her money and then of her glasses, net her in the end an honest big-as-life boy friend, while her glowing companions are still doing up their hair and their faces and casting out their lines for “Somebody New.”--from the jacket.
*Definition: allure; appeal; a spell cast over the Other Sex. [Suggest a different description.]
Author Bio for Runbeck, Margaret Lee
Margaret Lee Runbeck (1900-1956) was an American author. She was born in Des Moines, Iowa. She first appeared in print a few weeks before her 13th birthday when she won a contest sponsored by a newspaper. Shortly thereafter she began writing a weekly human interest column, under a pseudonym because of her young age. In University she won an award for her prose. She started to write for the Christian Science Monitor and then began writing fiction. She was involved in humanitarian work in India for which she wrote 6 books which were translated into 14 languages. Over her writing career she wrote 16 books and 250 short stories and articles. (State Historical Society of Iowa)
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