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Francie (Francie, #1)

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American teenager deals with culture shock and personal growth during her time in post war England
Hardcover, 237 pages
Published 1951 by Grosset & Dunlop
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Dec 11, 2007 Penny rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: fans of vintage YA chick lit; exchange students
This is typical charming 1960s coming of age stuff, but the American in England setting and some unique plot twists set it a little above the pack.
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