Nancy And Plum

Nancy And Plum

Book - 1952
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Publisher: Philadelphia : New York : J.B. Lippincott, c1952.
Characteristics: 190 p., [1] plate :,ill. ;,20 cm.
Additional Contributors: Hopkins, Hildegarde

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Jul 11, 2015

Nancy and Plum were taken to a boarding home after their Uncle inherited them upon the death of the young girls parents in a train wreck. Little did he know none of the money he provided for them , clothing , gifts , presents and not even the letters he sent to them or the letters they sent to him were ever received by either of them . The conditions the girls and all the children lived under were deplorable and Mrs. Monday who ran the boarding house was horrible and mean to Nancy and Plum especially. But whenever anyone came to investigate all was made to look well and above board. This is a good story and shows that even though evil people are cruel they do get their comeuppance eventually . And good always rules supreme !

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