In the winter, when this little heroine was Victoria, she lived with her grandmother at 60 Gay Street, Toronto. Winters weren't much fun but sometimes she got a glimpse of Jody who was eleven years old too, and lived in the kitchen of 58 Gay Street. But every summer Victoria changed into Jane and went to live with Daddy at Lantern Hill, Harbour Head, P.E.I. a gay little house with its great chummy fireplace and Daddy puffing contentedly at his 'old contemptible' pipe beside it. Those were the days that counted! That was where Jane's quick thinking in capturing a live lion brought her into the headlines. But this was by no means the limit of her resourcefulness. She not only made for Jody an imaginary garden which was quite good for playing in, but got this little underprivileged child adopted so that she fell heir to a sure enough garden at Harbour Head. Finally, and this was hardest of all, she coaxed Mother to come to live at Lantern Hill for keeps. And that was quite good for eleven years of age!
Hardcover Book: Good Condition
Name "Judy Holm" write on the inside cover
All pages are intact.
Discloration on book edges