Ginnie and the New Girl
Ginnie and Geneva are best friends - they walk to and from school together every day and play together every afternoon. Geneva's companionship means a great deal to the less self-confident Ginnie - until the new girl comes. Then all Geneva's time and interest seems to be devoted to Marcia, and Ginnie feels lonely and hurt. At first she is miserable, but gradually she develops other resources. Ginnie finds out what happens when she seeks her own solutions to her problems.