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Practically Seventeen
Practically Seventeen
Author: Rosamund du Jardin
"His name is Jon," I lied shamelessly. "He goes to Whitfield...sort of blond, with nice blue eyes. That's all I'm going to tell you. Wait till the Prom, and you can see for yourself!" Tobey's fight with Brose Gilman has left her without a date--so she creates a Dream Man. Now everybody believes her!
ISBN: 222947
Publication Date: 1949
Pages: 220
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Publisher: Scholastic Book Services
Book Type: Paperback
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This is a fun, old (like 1950s-era) young-adult book I remember reading when I was a kid. I requested it for the nostalgia value, since older books that are not classics are not stocked by libraries or bookstores.

It's a pleasure to look into the past at what the teen years were like for a middle-class girl in the '50s. A fun read.


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