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BOOK INFO -

Ginnie and the New Girl by Catherine Woolley.

Cover by Moneta Barnett. Illustrations (black and white) by Iris Beatty Johnson.

Paperback.

Originally published in 1954, this is the 1967 edition (5th printing). Published by Scholastic.

SIZE -

116 pages / 5.1 x 7.6 x .25 inches / 13 x 19.5 x .8 centimeters

CONDITION -

Please see the images above for an accurate representation of what the book looks like, but...

A bit of fading to the cover / some wear around the edges. Small discoloration. Slight crease in one of the front corners.

A few small stains on back cover.

The pages have yellowed with age. Name written on first page in pencil.

A few of the pages have these little indentations in the margins.

ON BACK COVER -

"What does Marcia think she's doing!" Ginnie fumed aloud. "Geneva's my best friend, not hers!"

It was true. Ginnie and Geneva had been "best friends" for a long time. Then Ginnie saw Geneva walk home from school with Marcia. All of a sudden Ginnie felt like an outsider.

But in the next few weeks, many things began to happen.....