Publisher Description

The author is a tale in which the again entertains his readers by recording the impossible doings of two improbable children of ancient lineage but reduced circumstances. The children, however, have little dread of poverty, for when ever they desire a luxury, such as a bicycle, or a fur stole for their mother's Christmas present, they devise some means to raise the necessary funds, and they stop at nothing from inducing a rich great-aunt to endow a home for cats to poaching for pheasants, and no matter what they do they always come out victorious, even when it comes to making or marring marriages. The book is written in a bright and amusing style and the author has indeed drawn upon a vivid imagination to think of all the scrapes and escapades in which the terrible twins are involved. The book is illustrated by Hanson Booth whose pictures are in keeping with the humor of the text.

GENRE
Humour
RELEASED
1938
January 1
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
256
Pages
PUBLISHER
Public Domain
SIZE
155.5
KB

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