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The Bobbsey Twins on the Deep Blue Sea

Laura Lee Hope

Book Overview: 

This is the 11th in the original series of books about the Bobbseys -- two sets of twins in one family, solving mysteries and having adventures. Bert and Nan are 12, Flossie and Freddie are six. There is a father who works, a mother who stays home, a cook, a handyman, and an assortment of animals.

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Book Excerpt: 
. . .Snap won’t hurt me.”

“No, I don’t believe he will,” said Mrs. Bobbsey. “Yes, you may all go out. I hope Snap hasn’t hurt Helen.”

Helen Porter was a little girl who lived next door to the Bobbsey twins, and those of you who have the book about camping on Blueberry Island will remember her as the child who, at first, was thought to have been taken away by the Gypsies.

“Oh, Helen! What is the matter, my dear?” asked Mrs. Bobbsey, as she hurried out into the yard, followed by Bert, Nan, Flossie and Freddie.

“Did Snap bite you?” asked Nan, looking toward her father, who was running after the dog that was carrying the little girl’s doll in his mouth.

“No, Snap didn’t bite me! But he bit my doll!” Helen answered.

“It doesn’t hurt dolls to bite ’em,” said Bert, with a laugh.

“It does so!” cried Helen, turning her tear-filled. . . Read More

Community Reviews

I read these books as a child and loved them. I came across a hardcover 1918 edition of this title and inside the cover is written in a child's handwriting: Bud Cone 3906 2nd Ave. So. Minn.
Bud, if you're out there, I have your book.

Such a cute read! The best part was that I actually read my Gram’s copy from when she was a little girl!

I'm glad the Bobbsey parents are understanding during the times the twins decide to get even with Danny Rugg, but it's a little disconcerting when they actively participate like in this book. As mature adults, shouldn't they be above such behavior?

In "Mystery on the Deep Blue Sea", Mrs. Bobbsey's b

This is the first book I've read in the series. I had never noticed the apostrophe after twins so I was surprised that there were two sets of twins. The story is cute and targeted for a younger age group than Nancy Drew, but the writing level seems to be about the same. Thee are some things that a m

Another cute adventure that is just fun to read.

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