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In this sequel to What Katy Did, Katy Carr has recovered from her long period of paralysis, and is sent, along with her sister Clover, to Hillsover boarding school. The girls fall into friendship with the mischievous Rose Red, and the three of them start a secret club and get into trouble with their teachers. During her time at Hillsover, Katy has a positive influence on the younger girls at the school, while they help her to regain some of her youthfulness, lost as a result of her illness.
A novel by The Susan Coolidge | Read by Laurel Lefkow | NAXOS
Susan Coolidge was the pen name of nineteenth-century American author Sarah Chauncey Woolsey. Born to wealth, Coolidge worked as a nurse during the Civil War before returning to her family home to take up a career in writing. Although best known for her classic Katy series of children s novels including What Katy Did and What Katy Did Next, Coolidge also published more than twenty works of fiction, and edited The Autobiography and Correspondence of Mrs. Delaney and The Diary and Letter of Frances Burney. Coolidge died in 1905.