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THE PAJAMA GIRLS OF LAMBERT SQUARE
by Rosina Lippi

Genre: Mainstream, General Mainstream Fiction

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Lippi offers a sweet Southern tale full of endearing characters in a quaint locale, and her eye for detail and wit enhance her story. There are many moments of fun and happenstance, which make for a robust and effervescent story.

John Dodge tries his hand at entrepreneurship by running a small stationery shop. Little does he know that the neighbors of Lambert Square, who specialize in good food, good fun and more than a little town gossip, will play such
a big part in his life. He discovers that Lambert Square marches to its own drum and relies on neighbors who are more like family. (Putnam, Feb., 352 pp., $24.95)

Reviewed By: Lauren Brathwaite

Publisher: Putnam

Published: February 2008

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