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    Aladdin; 1st edition (May 21, 1982)
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Am deya fire some place?" "No fire!" answered Mrs. Bobbsey. Later the two smaller Bobbsey twins, having had their breakfasts, ranout to play in the snow. Quite a little had fallen during the night, andmore was coming down

Am deya fire some place?" "No fire!" answered Mrs. Quite a little had fallen during the night, andmore was coming down. It was just about right for starting to make acoasting hill.

The Bobbsey Twins are the principal characters of what was, for many years, the Stratemeyer Syndicate's longest-running series of American children's novels, penned under the pseudonym Laura Lee Hope. The first of 72 books was published in 1904, the last in 1979, with a separate series of 30 books published from 1987 through 1992

The Camp Fire Mystery book. Laura Lee Hope is a pseudonym used by the Stratemeyer Syndicate for the Bobbsey Twins and several other series of children's novels.

The Camp Fire Mystery book. Actual writers taking up the pen of Laura Lee Hope include Edward Stratemeyer, Howard and Lilian Garis, Elizabeth Ward, Harriet (Stratemeyer) Adams, Andrew E. Svenson, June M. Dunn, Grace Grote and Nancy Axelrad.

The Camp Fire Girls books is a series of fiction novels written for children by various authors from 1912 into the 1930s. Hildegarde Gertrude Frey (also as Hildegard G. Frey). Howard Roger Garis (pseudonym as Marion Davidson). Irene Elliott Benson. Julianne DeVries (also as Julian DeVries). Margaret Love Sanderson. Samuel E. Lowe (pseudonym as Helen Hart).

The Bobbsey twins were very busy that morning. They were all seated around the dining-room table, making houses and furnishing them. The Bobbsey Twins and the Camp Fire Mystery. Book in the Bobbsey Twins Series). Select Format: Paperback.

books by laura lee hope. The bobbsey twins series "Yes, it's great out on the lake. I wonder if we'll ever go camping aswe talked of when we were in New York?" "Maybe. Let's tease mother to let us!"

books by laura lee hope. The bobbsey twins series. A short time before, the Bobbsey twins had returned from the city of NewYork where they had spent a part of the winter. Now it was spring andwould soon be summer, and, as the day was a fine, warm one, they hadgone on a little picnic, taking their lunch with them and pretending tocamp on one of the many islands in the lake. Yes, it's great out on the lake. Let's tease mother to let us!"

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Carford accused Dave of stealing the money, but Mr. Bobbsey knows that isn't true. Can the twins discover what really happened to the missing money and reunite the lonely Mr. Carford with his nephew?

Carford accused Dave of stealing the money, but Mr. Carford with his nephew? To read this book, upload an EPUB or FB2 file to Bookmate.

The bobbsey twins solve a mystery - laura lee hope. The Bobbsey Twins at Mystery Mansion Hardcover Book 1945 Grosset & Dunlap. The Bobbsey Twins Mystery at Cherry Corners Hardcover Lavender Spine.

Joe and Frank Hardy find adventure when they become involved with ghosts, haunted houses, and the supernatural

I learned to read very early and always loved to escape into a book at night. We played outside during the day but reading was my nighttime activity. When I was 8 I had pneumonia and had to stay in bed for 2 weeks during Christmas break. To keep me still, my parents gave me all the Bobbsey Twin books and a couple of Heidi books. My siblings didn't love reading like I did so they thought I got cheated on my Christmas present with no toys. I was so thrilled that I read them over & over. I got these for my great niece who is 8 and also loves reading. I get to share that one ago love with her.
Since my sister was so good as to share her summer cold with me, I was not feeling well on Sunday. So, I decided I wanted to read something that was easy, fun, and not emotional, this book fit the bill.

I remember how much I loved this when I was younger. I read these on my own and my mom read them too me. I really enjoyed this story, it is simple, not a lot of action or excitement, but realizing and cute.

I know a few people were concerned on how the African-American Characters are portrayed, but I did not think there was anything wrong about it and historically correct (even if it isn't politically correct.) The African-American servant is obviously loved by the family, the children especially adore her. Yes, her speech is uneducated, but I thought it was part of her charm and made her even more lovable.

I also enjoyed the references to prayer and thanking God for things. They were brief and not in the book, but enjoyable non the less.

If you enjoy youthful stories that a old fashioned, and with a relaxed pace, you might enjoy this book.
I give this 5 stars because it is such a perfect example of the charming writing of those faraway days. It's a memory of my own childhood, and my sisters and I still have buzzwords from these lovely books - "Children, children, don't dispute!" - The Bobbseys and the Little House books defined our childhood, and I loved introducing them to my own children and now to my grandchildren. The simplicity and warmth have not gone out of date, and I hope they never do!
Read several Bobbsey Twins books when I was young and was delighted with the opportunity to read this particular book again. What a shock to read the negative remarks concerning the Black people especially the segregation of the dolls and to realize that these thoughts were given to young people like me years ago.
This was a memory lane moment for me. This is the first full book I ever read. I was six years old, and it started me on a lifetime love of books. I re-read it many times during my childhood, but when our local library burned down in the late 1960's it was one of the books my mother donated to help them start back up, so it was lost to me. I was very excited to find it again and read it once more.
This seems to be the text from the original 1904 edition, which many people may find dated. They have a Negro cook and handyman, and horse-and-buggy are the main means of transportation.

It would be really interesting to compare this to the 1960's rewrite.

That all said, I loved the Bobbsey Twins as a kid (I had some of both eras) and I loved them!
When I was a little girl my mother bought me many of The Bobbsey Twins books, and I loved each one of them. I never got to read all of them, however, so when I found this earlier version of the stories (horse and carriage versus automobiles) I wanted to revisit the stories. They are not contemporary enough for today's children in this age of technology, but still the stories are very sweet and have a good message re behaviors.
The Bobbsey Twins Series speaks to children at an age when their values are being formed. And it speaks well for values, which is something that is missing in today's literature, in my opinion. Some may say that The Bobbsey Twins are outdated because today's fast-paced, electronic and highly competitive culture is not represented. But this series explores childhood issues on a level that is informative to children about the timeless issues of growing up. It highlights the universal in human experience. I love these books!