By Laura Lee Hope
The Bobbsey Twins--Bert and Nan, Freddie and Flossie--have received hundreds of thousands of fanatics on the grounds that their first experience in 1904. whereas final precise to the spirit of the unique versions, those revisions of the vintage mysteries have fast-moving plots and fascinating illustrations specifically for present day younger readers.
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Tetlow asked sternly. Without searehing his pants pockets, Bert had known at onee that the knife was his. He stared at it, however, with a puzzled frown. " the principal repeated as he studied Bert's face. ''Yes-yes, sir, it does," Bert replied. An uncomfortable silence followed the admission. While he was wondering how his knife eould possibly have been placed underneath the snowball, Mr. Tetlow was waiting for him to make a eonfession. "If I eould only remember when I last had it with me," Bert thought frantically, staring out d SCHOOL PROBLEM 27 the window which faced on the street.
Carford's farm," Bert replied. " Danny looked indignant. "1 don't know what you're talking about I" he blustered. "PIl explain," Bert said quietly. "We followed the tracks of the rock-thrower. " Danny yelled. "WeIl, this time you're wrongl 1 wasn't near any farm, and I don't own any black cape I" With that he lashed out at Bert, hitting him squarelyon the chin. More surprised than hurt, Bert staggered back off balance. His foot slipped and he fell, sliding on his back across the ice. Nan's eyes grew wide with alarm.
Carford drew a key case from his pocket. "These belong to Snow Lodge," he said. " "Why, how very kind of youl" Mrs. Bobbsey exclaimed, and the twins gave whoops of joy. "Not at ail," Mr. Carford smiled.