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The Bobbsey Twins' Mystery at Meadowbrook (Original Bobbsey Twins #7)

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Uncover the mysteries awaiting the Bobbseys at Meadowbrook!
Hardcover, 196 pages
Published June 3rd 2004 by Grosset & Dunlap (first published 1915)
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Debbie Phillips
Sep 28, 2013 Debbie Phillips rated it 5 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: Kids 2nd or 3rd grade and up.. and adults
Another good Bobbsey Twins book.

In this book they find a boy being mistreated by his guardian. Mr. Bobbsey and the boys see this mistreatment. Mr. Bobbsey steps in to try and stop it. The boy runs away.

The boy comes into the story again when the Bobbsey's go to Meadow Brook and visit family there and go to a circus. There are many adventures and I won't bore you by telling them all to you.

Everything works out well in the end.

I have noticed a lot of comments on Amazon about these books and the ra...more
Sarah
Another enjoyable story with the Bobbsey twins. They are so nice to read when you need something light and easy to read.
Caleb Mckenzie
It was funny. They were trying to catch a robber.
Sharon
As is typical of the Bobbsey Twins books, we have a little early 20th C. morality tale along with adventures involving a circus, making a movie and helping a runaway boy go home where he belongs.

I enjoy these books from a nostalgic perspective, although I read only one as a child. It is always worth remembering that the times in which they were written were much different than today.
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I read every Bobbsey Twins adventures I could get my hands on from the age of 9 through 11. Summers were wonderful and I could borrow from the library and read these books. I could borrow 8 books every 2 weeks. Soon, I needed more than that and had to fight the librarian for more books. Now, I can do 8 books in a day.
Teri Pre
I haven't read the Bobbsey Twins since I was a young kid. They're refreshing to read and really show just how much our world had changed. Freddie gets lost about every 5 pages and while the folks worry, it's not the kind of worrying WE do if a child is missing!
Bonnie
The only Bobbsey Twins book I ever read but I read it over and over and over... When I read it, it was titled: The Bobbsey Twins at Meadowbrook Farm. No mystery that I recall.
Catherine
can't believe how racist this was after being a fan as a child!
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