The Bobbsey Twins Of Lakeport

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Author: Laura Lee Hope
Publisher: Price Stern Sloan
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Category : Juvenile Fiction
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by Laura Lee Hope, The Bobbsey Twins Of Lakeport Books available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. Download The Bobbsey Twins Of Lakeport books, Curiosity sent Nan down the hall and into the small passage that led to the kitchen. As she opened the door, she saw a trapdoor in front of the huge fireplace slowly closing! 'Bert!' Nan screamed.

Bobbsey Twins 01 The Bobbsey Twins Of Lakeport

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Author: Laura Lee Hope
Publisher: Penguin
Size: 12.99 MB
Category : Juvenile Fiction
Languages : un
Pages : 196
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by Laura Lee Hope, Bobbsey Twins 01 The Bobbsey Twins Of Lakeport Books available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. Download Bobbsey Twins 01 The Bobbsey Twins Of Lakeport books, When their elderly neighor Mrs. Marden reports that some of her valuables have gone missing, the twins investigate.

The Bobbsey Twins At Home

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Author: Laura Lee Hope
Publisher: The Floating Press
Size: 53.65 MB
Category : Juvenile Fiction
Languages : un
Pages : 168
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by Laura Lee Hope, The Bobbsey Twins At Home Books available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. Download The Bobbsey Twins At Home books, One of the most popular juvenile fiction series of the early twentieth century, The Bobbsey Twins tales recount the adventures of the Bobbseys, a family blessed with two sets of fraternal twins. In this volume, the twins find plenty of fun -- and a little bit of trouble -- right in their own backyard.

The Bobbsey Twins At The Seashore

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Author: Laura Lee Hope
Publisher: The Floating Press
Size: 44.89 MB
Category : Juvenile Fiction
Languages : un
Pages : 157
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The Bobbsey Twins At The Seashore

by Laura Lee Hope, The Bobbsey Twins At The Seashore Books available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. Download The Bobbsey Twins At The Seashore books, In the third volume of the Bobbsey Twins series, the Bobbsey family whiles away part of their summer on an idyllic beach holiday. The children have lots of fun collecting seashells and playing with friends -- until a big storm blows in and their plans are upended.

The Bobbsey Twins In A Great City

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Author: Laura Lee Hope
Publisher: The Floating Press
Size: 48.83 MB
Category : Juvenile Fiction
Languages : un
Pages : 182
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The Bobbsey Twins In A Great City

by Laura Lee Hope, The Bobbsey Twins In A Great City Books available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. Download The Bobbsey Twins In A Great City books, The Bobbsey family has two sets of twins: the older, Nan and Bert, and the younger, Flossie and Freddie. In The Bobbsey Twins in a Great City, the family visits the bustling metropolis of New York City, where they visit exciting landmarks -- and land in a bit of trouble along the way.

The Bobbsey Twins

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Author: Laura Lee Hope
Publisher: 1st World Publishing
Size: 54.26 MB
Category : Detective and mystery stories
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Pages : 148
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by Laura Lee Hope, The Bobbsey Twins Books available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. Download The Bobbsey Twins books, The Bobbsey twins were very busy that morning. They were all seated around the dining-room table, making houses and furnishing them. The houses were being made out of pasteboard shoe boxes, and had square holes cut in them for doors, and other long holes for windows, and had pasteboard chairs and tables, and bits of dress goods for carpets and rugs, and bits of tissue paper stuck up to the windows for lace curtains. Three of the houses were long and low, but Bert had placed his box on one end and divided it into five stories, and Flossie said it looked exactly like a "department" house in New York. There were four of the twins. Now that sounds funny, doesn't it? But, you see, there were two sets. Bert and Nan, age eight, and Freddie and Flossie, age four.

The Bobbsey Twins At Cedar Camp

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Author: Laura Lee Hope
Publisher: The Floating Press
Size: 10.98 MB
Category : Juvenile Fiction
Languages : un
Pages : 184
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The Bobbsey Twins At Cedar Camp

by Laura Lee Hope, The Bobbsey Twins At Cedar Camp Books available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. Download The Bobbsey Twins At Cedar Camp books, When Mr. Bobbsey's lumber business enters into a partnership with a Christmas tree farm, the Bobbsey family decides to take a wintertime trek to the woods to survey the property and have some cold-weather fun. But the twins soon find out that winter in the woods brings some treacherous dangers.

The Bobbsey Twins In Mexico

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Author: Laura Lee Hope
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Size: 65.46 MB
Category : Bobbsey Twins (Fictitious characters)
Languages : un
Pages : 212
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The Bobbsey Twins At Big Bear Pond

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Author: Laura Lee Hope
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Category : Bears
Languages : un
Pages : 184
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by Laura Lee Hope, The Bobbsey Twins At Big Bear Pond Books available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. Download The Bobbsey Twins At Big Bear Pond books, The Bobbseys make an amazing discovery as they befriend a bear on the loose.

The Bobbsey Twins In Volcano Land

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Author: Laura Lee Hope
Publisher: Price Stern Sloan
Size: 58.43 MB
Category : Adventure stories
Languages : un
Pages : 180
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by Laura Lee Hope, The Bobbsey Twins In Volcano Land Books available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. Download The Bobbsey Twins In Volcano Land books, The Bobbseys go to Hawaii, where they investigate the theft of a valuable gem.

The Bobbsey Twins At The Seashore Book 3 Large Print Read Aloud Edition

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Author: Laura Lee Hope
Publisher: CreateSpace
Size: 67.78 MB
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Pages : 100
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The Bobbsey Twins At The Seashore Book 3 Large Print Read Aloud Edition

by Laura Lee Hope, The Bobbsey Twins At The Seashore Book 3 Large Print Read Aloud Edition Books available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. Download The Bobbsey Twins At The Seashore Book 3 Large Print Read Aloud Edition books, "Suah's yo' lib, we do keep a-movin'!" cried Dinah, as she climbed into the big depot wagon. "We didn't forget Snoop this time," exclaimed Freddie, following close on Dinah's heels, with the box containing Snoop, his pet cat, who always went traveling with the little fellow. "I'm glad I covered up the ferns with wet paper," Flossie remarked, "for this sun would surely kill them if it could get at them." "Bert, you may carry my satchel," said Mrs. Bobbsey, "and be careful, as there are some glasses of jelly in it, you know." "I wish I had put my hat in my trunk," remarked Nan. "I'm sure someone will sit on this box and smash it before we get there." "Now, all ready!" called Uncle Daniel, as he prepared to start old Bill, the horse. "Wait a minute!" Aunt Sarah ordered. "There was another box, I'm sure. Freddie, didn't you fix that blue shoe box to bring along?" "Oh, yes, that's my little duck, Downy. Get him quick, somebody, he's on the sofa in the bay window!" Bert climbed out and lost no time in securing the missing box. "Now we are all ready this time," Mr. Bobbsey declared, while Bill started on his usual trot down the country road to the depot. The Bobbseys were leaving the country for the seashore. As told in our first volume, "The Bobbsey Twins," the little family consisted of two pairs of twins, Nan and Bert, age eight, dark and handsome, and as like as two peas, and Flossie and Freddie, age four, as light as the others were dark, and "just exactly chums," as Flossie always declared. The Bobbsey twins lived at Lakeport, where Mr. Richard Bobbsey had large lumber yards. The mother and father were quite young themselves, and so enjoyed the good times that came as naturally as sunshine to the little Bobbseys. Dinah, the colored maid, had been with the family so long the children at Lakeport called her Dinah Bobbsey, although her real name was Mrs. Sam Johnston, and her husband, Sam, was the man of all work about the Bobbsey home. Our first volume told all about the Lakeport home, and our second book, "The Bobbsey Twins in the Country," was the story of the Bobbseys on a visit to Aunt Sarah and Uncle Daniel Bobbsey in their beautiful country home at Meadow Brook. Here Cousin Harry, a boy Bert's age, shared all the sports with the family from Lakeport. Now the Lakeport Bobbseys were leaving Meadow Brook, to spend the month of August with Uncle William and Aunt Emily Minturn at their seashore home, called Ocean Cliff, located near the village of Sunset Beach. There they were also to meet their cousin, Dorothy Minturn, who was just a year older than Nan. It was a beautiful morning, the very first day of August, that our little party started off. Along the Meadow Brook road everybody called out "Good-by!" for in the small country place all the Bobbseys were well known, and even those from Lakeport had many friends there. Nettie Prentice, the one poor child in the immediate neighborhood (she only lived two farms away from Aunt Sarah), ran out to the wagon as Uncle Daniel hurried old Bill to the depot. "Oh, here, Nan!" she called. "Do take these flowers if you can carry them. They are in wet cotton battin at the stems, and they won't fade a bit all day," and Nettie offered to Nan a gorgeous bouquet of lovely pure white, waxy lilies, that grow so many on a stalk and have such a delicious fragrance. Nettie's house was an old homestead, and there delicate blooms crowded around the sitting-room window. Nan let her hatbox down and took the flowers. "These are lovely, Nettie," she exclaimed; "I'll take them, no matter how I carry them. Thank you so much, and I hope I'll see you next summer." "Yes, do come out again!" Nettie faltered, for she would miss Nan, the city girl had always been so kind-even lent her one of her own dresses for the wonderful Fourth of July parade. "Maybe you will come down to the beach on an excursion," called Nan, as Bill started off again with no time to lose.