Four Girls and a Compact
Annie Hamilton Donnell (1862-? ) wrote Rebecca Mary (1905), The Very Small Person (1906), Glory and the Other Girl (1907), Miss Theodosia's Heartstrings (1916), Gloria and Treeless Street, Four Girls and a Compact and Three Young Knights. "T. O. was apt to be late. She never rode, and, being short, was not a remarkable walker. To-night she was later than usual. The three o...more
Paperback, 64 pages
Published February 29th 2008 by Dodo Press
(first published 1908)
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This story is so sweet! From the info I could find, I believe it was written in 1908 and reflects the time frame well. The writing style reminds me of Louisa May Alcott. It's the story of four girls that are burned out in their current life situations and decide they need an adventure. They form a plan and follow it through, intending to be throughly selfish. While their own needs are met, their true characters come through as they all do good for others. It's a quick and very endearing read! Th...more