The Bobbsey Twins And The Greek Hat Mystery

The Bobbsey Twins And The Greek Hat Mystery A strange note in a fur hat two Greek words and a drawing of a bull s horns That s all it takes to arouse the curioisity of the Bobbsey Twins If a square white box had not fallen off a speeding bicycl

  • Title: The Bobbsey Twins And The Greek Hat Mystery
  • Author: Laura Lee Hope
  • ISBN: 9780448180571
  • Page: 294
  • Format: Paperback
  • A strange note in a fur hat two Greek words and a drawing of a bull s horns That s all it takes to arouse the curioisity of the Bobbsey Twins.If a square white box had not fallen off a speeding bicycle if the twins had not located the owner and returned the box if a letter from Athens had not arrived at that very moment the Bobbseys surprise visit to Greece wA strange note in a fur hat two Greek words and a drawing of a bull s horns That s all it takes to arouse the curioisity of the Bobbsey Twins.If a square white box had not fallen off a speeding bicycle if the twins had not located the owner and returned the box if a letter from Athens had not arrived at that very moment the Bobbseys surprise visit to Greece would not have been enhanced by mystery.A tour of the Acropolis in Athens is very exciting, but exploring the ruins of the ancient palace of Knossos in Crete proves to be even so Here, Flossie is lost in its puzzling labyrinth, and Freddie uncovers a valuable tiny bronze chariot in a deep stone pit.En route to Delphi, Bert observes a familiar looking bundle of fur in a truck found smashed against a boulder, and Nan finds herself directly in the path of a huge rock which comes hurtling down the mountainside.

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      The Bobbsey Twins are the principal characters of what was, for many years, the Stratemeyer Syndicate s longest running series of children s novels, penned under the pseudonym Laura Lee Hope Series written under this pseudonym include The Bobbsey Twins 1904 , The Outdoor Girls 23 vols 1913 1933 , The Moving Picture Girls 7 vols 1914 1916 , Bunny Brown 20 vols 1916 1931 , Six Little Bunkers 14 vols 1918 1930 , Make Believe Stories 12 vols c 1920 1923 , and Blythe Girls 12 vols 1925 1932.For The Bobbsey Twins series the first of 72 books was published in 1904, the last in 1979 The books related the adventures of the children of the middle class Bobbsey family, which included two sets of mixed gender fraternal twins Bert and Nan, who were 12 years old, and Flossie and Freddie, who were six AuthorshipEdward Stratemeyer himself is believed to have written the first volume in its original form in 1904 When the original series was brought to its conclusion in 1979, it had reached a total of 72 volumes At least two abortive attempts to restart the series were launched after this, but in neither effort was the popularity of the original series achieved Speculation that Stratemeyer also wrote the second and third volumes of the series is believed to be incorrect these books are now attributed to Lilian Garis, wife of Howard Garis, who is credited with volumes 4 28 and 41 Elizabeth Ward is credited with volumes 29 35, while Harriet Stratemeyer Adams is credited with 36 38, 39 with Camilla McClave , 40, 42, 43 with Andrew Svenson , and 44 48 Volumes 49 52 are attributed to Andrew Svenson, while 53 59, and the 1960s rewrites of 1 4, 7, 11 13, and 17, are attributed to June Dunn Grace Grote is regarded as the real author of 60 67 and the rewrites of 14 and 18 20, and Nancy Axelrad is credited with 68 72 Of the 1960s rewrites not already mentioned, volumes 5 and 16 are credited to Mary Donahoe, 6 and 25 to Patricia Doll, 8 10 and 15 to Bonnibel Weston, and 24 to Margery Howard from

    929 thoughts on “The Bobbsey Twins And The Greek Hat Mystery”

    1. I read tons of Bobbsey Twins books as a kid, so this was a fun nostalgic trip to Greece, the early 60s, and my childhood. What I was really surprised about is how well these books are researched, how much time must have gone into each one, and how well written these are, even reading them as an adult. I want to re-read some more of these and see how they hold up, but this one definitely delivered. It is a fun, innocent romp through Greece with the sleuthing set of twins. I can't wait til my son [...]


    2. This was one book in my childhood, which made me want to go to Greece.hopefully that will soon come true. Grekam, im coming for ya!!!


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