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Terrible, Horrible Edie by E. C. Spykman
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Terrible, Horrible Edie

by E. C. Spykman

Series: Edie (3)

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To be the youngest of four children, and a girl at that, made life almost unbearable at times for ten-year-old Edie Cares. Theodore was eighteen - a god-like creature to Edie except that he infuriated her frequently by his air of superiority. Jane was seventeen and almost as bad, and Hubert - just turned sixteen - was a fickle companion at best. Edie kept hoping she would be included in their many activities, but she was always disappointed. In rebellion against this unjust fate, Edie was in almost constant trouble.
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The exploits of mischievous ten-year-old Edie spending the summer on the Massachusetts seashore in the 1910s with her siblings and step-siblings while their parents are in Europe.

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