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The Bobbsey Twins on a Houseboat

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Author: Laura Lee Hope
Published: 1915
Language: English
Wordcount: 41,319 / 121 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 89.4
LoC Category: PZ
Series: Bobbsey Twins
Downloads: 2,940
mnybks.net#: 3626
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bout the houseboat, and the good times they would have on board. Freddie roused up, and looked toward the house. Flossie had not yet come out.

"It takes her a long time," said the little boy. "We won't have any ride at all, if she doesn't hurry up."

Then Freddie saw something else that attracted his attention. This was Bert's bicycle, leaning now against the side of a shed. Bert was too much interested in the houseboat to want to ride just then.

A new idea came into Freddie's head.

"I'm going to have a ride on Bert's wheel, while I'm waiting for Flossie to come out with the straps," said the little twin chap. "Bert won't care."

Freddie did not take any chances on asking Bert. His elder brother was still busy talking to Nan about the new houseboat. Freddie scrambled to his feet.

"Now you stay there, Snap!" he commanded the big dog, for Snap, ready again for some fun, was anxious to follow his little master. "Lie down, Snap!" ordered Freddie, and Snap again stretched out.

Freddie walked slo

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Average Rating of 3 from 1 reviews: ***
2012.01.30
mnhtapu
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Quite enjoyable for juvenile readers. Nice and smooth flow of the story won't let you bored.


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