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The Bobbsey Twins and the Cedar Camp Mystery (1967)

by Laura Lee Hope

Series: The Bobbsey Twins (Revised 14)

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The Bobbsey Twins books are tales that charm the hearts of the little ones, and of which they will never tire. Many of the adventures are comical in the extreme, and all the accidents and incidents that ordinarily happen to youthful personages happened to these many-sided little mortals. Their haps and mishaps make decidedly entertaining reading. Originally published in 1921.… (more)
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The Bobbsey Twins at Cedar Camp is the original version of this book from 1921. The Bobbsey Twins: the Cedar Camp Mystery is a complete rewrite of the book dating to 1967. Source: http://home.netcom.com/~drmike99/Bobb...
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The Bobbsey Twins books are tales that charm the hearts of the little ones, and of which they will never tire. Many of the adventures are comical in the extreme, and all the accidents and incidents that ordinarily happen to youthful personages happened to these many-sided little mortals. Their haps and mishaps make decidedly entertaining reading. Originally published in 1921.

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