Bobbsey Twins 48:The Bobbsey Twins on a Bicycle Trip eBook

Bobbsey Twins 48:The Bobbsey Twins on a Bicycle Trip eBook

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5 thoughts on “Bobbsey Twins 48:The Bobbsey Twins on a Bicycle Trip (Bobbsey Twins)

  1. LobsterQuadrille LobsterQuadrille says:

    Well that was interesting I had heard of the Bobbsey Twins before but had never read any of the books until my mom got this one from a thrift store as a bit of a jokecuriosity since we had just read Chelsea Cain's Confessions of a Teenage Sleuth in which the series was mentioned It's been a while since I finished this book but I finally decided on a rating Ultimately I had to go for something in the middle The plot was decidedly odd in a variety of little ways to the point where one could read a single passage and mistake the whole book for some kind of parody And yet it seemed so much like a parody of its own genre that I had a marvelous time picking apart all the weirdness I've seen movies that I could describe as so bad it's good but I never expected to stumble across a book of that same kind I can honestly say that this book has given me hours of entertainment The book starts off with the cherubic six year old Flossie Bobbseywhose golden curls are mentioned anytime it is even remotely convenient discovering that her pure white cat Snowballperhaps a slightly less white cat just wasn't wholesome enough? escaped on the family's drive home from a trip This plus a missing bugle leads to both sets of Bobbsey twins going on a long bike trip to find both the cat and the bugle at their last known locations This daring expedition somehow makes front page news leading me to assume that the Lakeport local newspaper must be really glad to have something to report on other than Danny Rugg's latest dirty trick Just to ramp up the nail biting tension the twins are also assigned to find a young widow's lost money and a man's fire fighting invention coincidentally lost in the very same region as both Snowball and the bugle Will they find Snowball? Will her blindingly white fur be intact or irreparably grass stained? Will any bizarre coincidences occursurely not? Will there be any other antagonists besides that ne'er do well Danny Ruggperish the thought?I really shouldn't give too much away but the plot conveniences are just the beginning Italics are consistently abused to make the most mundane events seem cataclysmic Other problems appear are swiftly resolved and then are never mentioned again The characters are so relentlessly noble and wholesome that they make Little Lord Fauntleroy look like Al Capone If you are looking for a mystery with high stakes and real tension this one won't fit the bill But if you like odd vintage kids' books you might find some entertainment value in this one


  2. Laura Edwards Laura Edwards says:

    I remember really liking this book as a kid And it was still enjoyable to read as an adultI'm not going to discuss the story however but the illustrations Although my favorite illustrations are not used in On a Bicycle Trip I have to say the artwork displayed in the handful of books with a 1950s publication date is uite good My main complaint is that the twins all look too young for their stated ages Also it appears that in On a Bicycle Trip two artists may have been employed The cover and a number of illustrations seem to be by the same person who contributed sketches in previous books from this publication period but there are a handful such as the introductory drawing inside and those on pages 3 99 and 172 that are detailed and much better done making me think two illustrators were employed here I like the latter better as the looks of the twins and their friends seem to corroborate to their respective ages and physical characteristics I'd say these latter drawings are my second favorite after the illustrations where Nan has a long ponytail and freckles


  3. Linda Linda says:

    Growing up in the '50's I owned and read the first 40 of the Bobbsey Twins These are the books that first hooked me on reading These old editions are terribly racist but there are new ones that have eliminated that problem But for this reason I am not rating the series


  4. Eryn Eryn says:

    This book was good though not really exciting


  5. Wendy Pitts Wendy Pitts says:

    Another reread from childhood Liked it much better when I was 12 didn't see how formulaic it was or all the stereotypes Not a bad walk down memory read lane


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