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Simple, yet meaningful and real, [River at Her Feet] treats the growing pains of sixteen-year-old Elizabeth…. [One] summer brings some self-knowledge, partial independence, romance, and adventure. With sensitivity and liveliness, Zoa Sherburne catches the anxieties, thoughts, and actions of her attractive heroine.
Christine Myers, in a review of "River at Her Feet," in English Journal, Vol. 54, No. 5, May, 1965, p. 461.
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