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Carney's House Party by Maud Hart Lovelace
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Apr 03, 2008

really liked it
bookshelves: vintage-ya, historical-fiction

This is only peripherally a Betsy-Tacy book - that's really marketing hyperbole (gee... that's unusual.)

However, it is a really good story. Betsy and Tacy's friend Carney is done with her first year at Vassar, and heading back to Deep Valley for the summer. In order to make sure that she has a chance to visit with all her friends, and keep her posh Easterner room-mate entertained during her visit, Carney arranges a house-party...

This is a great example of my comfort reading. It is sweet, and safe, and while not everyone in it is always nice, there is nothing scary or threatening. It is also right up on my list of frequent rereads.
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