The Bobbsey Twins on Blueberry Island

Title of Book: The Bobbsey Twins on Blueberry Island
Author: Laura Lee Hope
Series: The Bobbsey Twins #10
Genres: Children, Adventure, Mystery, Classic
Publisher: Grosset & Dunlap
Pub Date: June 3, 2004 (196 Pages, Hardcover) First published March 1, 1930

Synopsis:
Bert’s eyes went to the labyrinth which he was so eager to finish. His heart gave a leap, and he stopped still. Over the top of the hedge near the entrance, he could see the head of an animal moving.

“It’s a huge, brown bear!” Bert thought wildly.

The Bobbsey Twins — Bert and Nan, Freddie and Flossie — have won millions of fans since their first adventure. Now Grosset & Dunlap is proud to reissue the classic editions of these mysteries.

My Thoughts:
This a fun filled Classic. The kids in this book go to Blueberry Island and find a Mystery. Though before they do they are in a mystery before leaving.

The two sets of twins are independent and though they also follow though with listening to their father and mother. To start this book they see the caravans that they think that are a part of the curious well the little twins do. There father comes home to find out what the problem is in the street near this house.

This book is great for children and quite enjoyable. I would recommend it.

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Review: The Bobbsey Twins on Blueberry Island

Title of Book: The Bobbsey Twins on Blueberry Island
Author: Laura Lee Hope
Series: The Bobbsey Twins #10
Genres: Children, Adventure, Mystery, Classic
Publisher: Grosset & Dunlap
Pub Date: June 3, 2004 (196 Pages, Hardcover) First published March 1, 1930

Synopsis:
Bert’s eyes went to the labyrinth which he was so eager to finish. His heart gave a leap, and he stopped still. Over the top of the hedge near the entrance, he could see the head of an animal moving.

“It’s a huge, brown bear!” Bert thought wildly.

The Bobbsey Twins — Bert and Nan, Freddie and Flossie — have won millions of fans since their first adventure. Now Grosset & Dunlap is proud to reissue the classic editions of these mysteries.

My Thoughts:
This a fun filled Classic. The kids in this book go to Blueberry Island and find a Mystery. Though before they do they are in a mystery before leaving.

The two sets of twins are independent and though they also follow though with listening to their father and mother. To start this book they see the caravans that they think that are a part of the curious well the little twins do. There father comes home to find out what the problem is in the street near this house.

This book is great for children and quite enjoyable. I would recommend it.

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My Rating: