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  • Author:
    Janet D. Wheeler
  • ISBN:
    1419109952
  • ISBN13:
    978-1419109959
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  • Publisher:
    Kessinger Publishing, LLC (June 17, 2004)
  • Pages:
    144 pages
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    Humanities
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Billie bradley and her inheritance. I don't think we ought to be too hard on her," said Violet, as theyturned the corner that brought the school into view.

Billie bradley and her inheritance. She can't help hermean disposition, I suppose. And anyway, Miss Beggs says there's alwayssome good to be found in everybody.

I bought this first book in the Billie Bradley series because I've had book two since 1967. She did leave the family homestead and its contents to Billie

I bought this first book in the Billie Bradley series because I've had book two since 1967. I grew up reading girls' books from the first four decades of the 20th century because my parents could rarely afford new ones. She did leave the family homestead and its contents to Billie. Billie, her chums, and the housekeeper to one of them go to spend part of the summer at the old house, with the boys to arrive a few days later (heaven forbid they back out of a promised tennis match. The girls hope to find some valuable antiques to solve Billie and Chet's money problems.

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Billy Bradley and Her Inheritance. It was nice getting re-aquainted with Billie Bradley. I read several of the books as a kid, in Dutch, and it was a joy to re-read this one. It's one of those lovely old-fashioned books where everything is an adventure, yet not much happens. It's just a jolly good time.

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Billie bradley and her inheritance. Chapter I. An accident. Aren't you glad that we are only going back to school for a little while?" cried Billie Bradley, as she gave a little exultant skip. Suppose it were fall and we were beginning high. "Billie, stop it," commanded Laura Jordon, turning a pair of very blue and very indignant eyes upon her chum. I thought we were going to forget school for a little while.

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Good read kind of slow but a good old fashion read no gruesome details or sex talked about just a good clean book
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I bought this first book in the Billie Bradley series because I've had book two since 1967. I grew up reading girls' books from the first four decades of the 20th century because my parents could rarely afford new ones. This is a nice read. It was interesting to find out that the expression, "you haven't got anything on me" was considered slang in 1920. The girls and boys are nice people, although I wish Violet would get some more gumption.

Billie accidentally breaks an expensive statue belonging to her teacber just when her father has his money tied up with real estate deals and her rich great-uncle is out of the country. Billie is honor-bound to replace that statue, but has no idea how to come up with the money. Worse, her two best friends are going to be able to go to that boarding school they've all wanted to attend and Billie can't. Her brother is in the same boat with his two best friends and the military academy they want to attend.

Then the great-aunt for whom Billie was named dies. Alas, Aunt Beatrice left her money to a missionary society. She did leave the family homestead and its contents to Billie. Billie, her chums, and the housekeeper to one of them go to spend part of the summer at the old house, with the boys to arrive a few days later (heaven forbid they back out of a promised tennis match.

The girls hope to find some valuable antiques to solve Billie and Chet's money problems. They soon learn there's no electricity at the old house, but it is well supplied with mysterious sounds in the night, such as eerie music coming from the piano.

Who are those bearded men with clubs who don't want the teens going any further into the woods than they've already wandered? Who or what is making those mysterious sounds? Is the place really haunted?

If you've enjoyed the Nancy Drew and Judy Bolton mysteries from the 1930s, you'll probably like this mystery with an earlier heroine. Two warnings: one, be prepared for racial stereotypes and two, DO NOT read the table of contents! The author gave the two best discoveries away by including them in the chapter titles.