Synopses & Reviews
Betsy Ray is now a sophomore, and she and her Crowd are in the thick of things at Deep Valley High. Between parties, exams, and her duties as class secretary, Betsy's got her hands full. But she's not too busy to notice the new boy in town -- the oh-so-cosmopolitan Phil Brandish. If only she could make him notice her!
Then Betsy's old friend Tib Muller invites her to spend Christmas in Milwaukee. It's there that plain old Betsy begins her, transformation into the dramatic and mysterious Betsye.With her new identity, she's sure she'll be able to charm Phil. The question is, can Betsye help being Betsy -- in spite of herself?
Celebrate the 60th anniversary of the beloved "Betsy-Tacy" series with this repackaged paperback edition, featuring an all-new biographical section of historical information and photographs and a Foreword by Anna Quindlen. In this title, Betsy Ray is now a bored sophomore who sets out to transform her identity.
About the Author
Maud Hart Lovelace (1892-1980) was the beloved author of the Betsy-Tacy books as well as many other books for adults and children.