|Statement||by James Otis ; illustrated by W.A. Rogers|
|Contributions||Rogers, W. A. 1854-1931|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||173 p. :|
|Number of Pages||173|
Jenny Wren's Boarding-House. A Story of Newsboy Life in New York. Jenny Wren's Boarding-House. A Story of Newsboy Life in New York Request an Image. first edition by OTIS, James Original blue cloth stamped in dark blue and gilt with a pictorial vignette of Jenny Wren and a wren; floral endpapers. Very good. pages. No dust jacket. Originally published serially as Jenny's boarding house, in St. Nicholas, Feb. to Aug. Printer named on verso of t.p. In original publisher's binding: blue cloth over boards, stamped in gold and blue. A charming, ironic novel of class differences and romantic disappointments. E.H. Young, writing in the s, handles the themes of the limitations of her heroines (a beautiful widow, and her two daughters who mus eke out a living by taking lodgers) while at the same time presenting her male characters (especially Jenny's would-be lover, Edwin) with extreme sympathy/5. jenny wren is the story of a 3rd grade foster child who is staying with an older farming couple. the book follows the struggles and victories of jenny and the people she's staying with. it also deals dircetly with the true value of family, and what family really is an excellent book/5(7).
Originally published serially as Jenny's boarding house, in St. Nicholas, Feb. to Aug. Printer named on verso of title page. Reproduction of the original from the Baldwin Library of Historical Children's Literature, George A. Smathers Libraries, University of Florida. Secondhand & Collectable Children's Books We specialise in secondhand, out-of-print and collectable children's books, postcards, prints and related items. If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact us at [email protected]. View the profiles of people named Jenny Wren. Join Facebook to connect with Jenny Wren and others you may know. Facebook gives people the power to share. The Jenny Wren. likes 1 talking about this. The Jenny Wren, BealFollowers:
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