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The Bobbsey Twins at Spruce Lake

by Laura Lee Hope

Series: The Bobbsey Twins (23)

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1930. The story begins: Say, Flossie! What you want, Freddie? Two little children were playing on the shady front porch of their home. They were twins-you could tell that just by one look at them for they looked much alike with their blue eyes and light, fluffy hair. Only, of course, Freddie wouldn't want you to think he was a girl any more than his sister Flossie would want you to think she was a boy. When are you going to take your dolls off this porch? Freddie asked his sister. Come on. I'm in a hurry. See other titles by this author available from Kessinger Publishing.… (more)
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1930. The story begins: Say, Flossie! What you want, Freddie? Two little children were playing on the shady front porch of their home. They were twins-you could tell that just by one look at them for they looked much alike with their blue eyes and light, fluffy hair. Only, of course, Freddie wouldn't want you to think he was a girl any more than his sister Flossie would want you to think she was a boy. When are you going to take your dolls off this porch? Freddie asked his sister. Come on. I'm in a hurry. See other titles by this author available from Kessinger Publishing.

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