9 edition of The Bobbsey Twins in a Great City (Large Print Edition) found in the catalog.
June 6, 2007 by BiblioBazaar .
Written in English
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Well, this is the very place I was coming to, but I didn't expect to reach it amid so much excitement. Yes, I certainly wish I could find Charley and Bill. I have hired a man to come to the lumber office while I am away. I'd better go to look for them," he went on as a glance around, near the news stand, did not show the two little ones anywhere in sight.
We ran on ahead," explained Freddie. I'll be all right in a little while. Hickson waved his hand in greeting. Now and then the car would rattle through some big piece of woods, and then Flossie and Freddie would remember how they were tossed out of the ice-boat, and how they had been so kindly cared for by Uncle Jack in his lonely log cabin. I'll not be long.
Bobbsey with a laugh. Snap, the dog, tried to follow, but fearing that he might get hurt, Bert drove him back. Bobbsey had, before this, been given a ride with Bert and Tommy, so he knew the two boys could manage the boat fairly well. Now it seems that your mother's uncle owned a big forest of trees where lumber is cut, as well as owning a cattle ranch.
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He was so good to the children——" "I know he was, but he won't go to the hospital. It is believed that these two titles and a reprint of the first volume were published by Chatterton-Peck in Aunt Emeline isn't coming after all!
Volume 24 in lists both Howard R. Flossie and Freddie stood there looking on. I wonder where Daddy and Mother are now. Bobbsey, when, to my great surprise, they let me know that he is their father, and along you came.
With the exception of a Bobbsey Twins volume published inhis last Syndicate volumes were published in We will not be gone longer than we can help. At first Flossie and Freddie had clamored to be taken out West with their father and mother, as Bert and Nan had done.
But it was a terrific crash, and it made me feel dizzy. Watson look at it, and that gentleman had said it was safe to ride in. Either Snap wagged his tail in the faces of Flossie and Freddie or he whacked Snoop with it, and as the cat did not like that she ran out of the snow house.
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Bobbsey called: "Children, children, what's the matter? These are the people who, twenty years later, would be wondering what went wrong with little Freddie and Flossie as they waste their lives away in the Lost Generation. It incorporates little material from the original.
What about them? Dear old Dinah, the fat, jolly, good-natured colored cook, who had been with the Bobbseys many years, stood at the window looking at the children having fun in the snow. But the surprise is this. She thinks she is too old to look after you four lively youngsters.
I'll be a lumberman, too, part of the time! The text was written so difficult vocabulary can be understood thru the context of the story. Up the steps walked the Bobbsey family, red-capped porters carrying their hand-baggage, and, a little later, Flossie, Freddie and the others stood under the roof of the great station in New York.
At this Nan helped some, but Flossie and Freddie could not, for they were too small. All the boys and girls were talking about the wreck that morning, and because they had had such a curious part in it--having at their home one of the passengers who had been hurt--Bert and Nan were the center of a little throng that wanted to hear, over and over again, about it.
But they were so hungry that, as Freddie said afterward, it tasted better than chicken and ice-cream. Windows get broken by errant snowballs, some serious rope-skipping accidents happen, and moonlit ghosts are haunting the feet of beds while the twins learn some important lessons about responsibility, having fun, and love.
It was not too cold, and the white flakes had come down so fast that there was now enough snow to make many snow men and snowballs, and leave plenty for coasting down hill.Originally published in under the title The Bobbsey Twins in a Great City, The Bobbsey Twins' Search in the Great City is the first book I've read of this series.
When I started reading mysteries, I plunged straight in with the teenagers--Nancy Drew, the Hardy Boys, a few Dana Girls, and Trixie Belden/5. Bobbsey Twins books I had so many happy hour spent with Freddie, Flossie, Nan and Bert - I still have about 20 of these books in the attic.
remember: Bobbsey Twins books i knew these books inside and out. they started my reading obsession! The Bobbsey Twins in a Great City BY LAURA LEE HOPE. AUTHOR OF "THE BOBBSEY TWINS," "THE BUNNY BROWN SERIES," "THE OUTDOOR GIRLS SERIES," ETC.
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No matter what you’re looking for or where you are in the world, our global marketplace of sellers can help you. This was my first encounter with the Bobbsey Twins and it does not encourage me to seek out another. I got very annoyed that the boy twins in the series had most of the action, and that Flossy, the younger girl twin was about intellectually about a two year old rather than a six year old/5(2).
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