Novel, HarperCollins, 1971, 167 Pages
By no means a stereotype, Kate Bloomfield is a confident, sensitive, tomboy who loves to write poetry. Even her Jewish father and non-Jewish mother leave her more confused about her heritage than ever. It’s only when she discovers that arch-enemy Sheila Rosenthal is Jewish that Kate explore her own family background. As Jean Little leads her protagonist to an old family feud in Kate, she discovers a secret that almost costs Kate her best friend.