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Katie: An Impertinent Fairy Tale

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Despite the disapproval of her mother and three sisters, Katie Thorne persists in her search for a husband, approaching her goal along an open road of initially promising but ultimately unsuitable candidates.
Unknown Binding, 216 pages
Published January 1st 1978 by Dutton Books
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B.J. Chute was born in Minneapolis, Minnesota, and lived there until she came to New York in 1940. A professional writer since 1931, Miss Chute has written hundreds of stories, which have appeared in Boys' Life, the Boy Scout magazine, and numerous anthologies of outstanding sports stories for young people. Her adult stories have appeared in nearly every major magazine, including The Saturday Even ...more
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