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Fair Bay
Eleanor Frances Lattimore
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Fair Bay

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A little girl goes to visit her great-aunt on the South Carolina coast and one morning, when she goes for an early horseback ride, she discovers that the island, a summer home before a disastrous hurricane, is just as it was sixty years ago.
hardcover, 123 pages
Published 1958 by Morrow
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Lattimore was an American author and illustrator born in what was called the American Compound in Shanghai and raised in China where her father, David Lattimore, taught English at a Chinese government university.
Lattimore came to the United States and studied art in Oakland, California, Boston, and New York City and worked for several years as a freelance artist. She became known as the author and
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