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The Bobbsey Twins in the Great West

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Author: Laura Lee Hope
Published: 1920
Language: English
Wordcount: 43,215 / 125 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 87.8
LoC Category: PZ
Series: Bobbsey Twins
Downloads: 1,491
mnybks.net#: 3627
Genre: Young Readers
Excerpt

at Meadow Brook. The next adventures of the children took place at home, and from there they went to a great city where many wonderful things happened. Blueberry Island was as nice a place as the name sounds, and Bert, Nan, Flossie, and Freddie never forgot the fun they had there. It was almost as exciting as when they traveled on the deep, blue sea. But you can imagine how happy the Bobbsey twins were when their father told them he was going to take them to Washington!

The book about the Washington trip, telling of the mystery of Miss Pompret's china, comes just before the one you are now reading, and it was on their return from that capital city that the children were having fun in the snow.

Christmas had come and gone, bringing much happiness, and it was because they had discovered some of Miss Pompret's missing china in a very strange way that the Bobbsey twins had a much nicer Christmas than usual.

After the holidays winter set in hard and fast, but of course it could not last forever, and ther

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