The Great Blizzard of 1888 makes her a heroine!More than anything, Renee wants to become a New York City newspaper reporter. Her family doesn’t approve. But Nick, the young man they expect her to marry, understands. Or does he? One day, when handsome Steven Morison walks into her father’s bicycle shop, Renee gets her chance. Steven’s mother owns the New York Gazette. Steven gets Renee a job as a cub reporter. And he asks her out. Then the Great Blizzard of 1888 buries New York City with raging, icy winds and huge snowdrifts, some as high as buildings. Renee is the only reporter to make it to work, and she’s told to cover the blizzard! Braving the dangerous, freezing streets, she becomes a heroine more than once. And her story is published – on the front page! She’s on her way. Steven has asked her to marry him, and give up her job. She knows she loves him. But does real love mean giving up her dreams?
First Edition, First Printing, Full Print Line Very good condition, minor shelf wear, corners do show minor wear, slight bending, light tanning of pages. pages clean, spine creased. Store stamp inside front cover and price stamp on first page.WNB2157
Sunfire - 30
ISBN: 0590420437, 9780590420433
Young Adult / Juvenile