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The Bobbsey Twins at Snow Lodge

Laura Lee Hope

Book Overview: 

The Bobbsey Twins are back at school after summer vacation, but Danny Rugg, the school bully, is up to mischief again--and this time he's trying to pin it onto Bert. Bert gets accused of freezing a giant snowball to the school steps, and all the evidence seems to point against him. Christmas is coming too, and the Bobbsey Twins are busy planning for their trip to Snow Lodge--where a lost treasure, a restored friendship, and exciting adventures await.

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Book Excerpt: 
. . .No, sir. I haven't the least idea."

"And you were not anywhere near it?"

"No, sir."

"Ahem! Let me ask you, have you a knife, Bert?"

Without thinking Bert's hand went to his pocket, and then, as he recalled something, his face turned red, and he said:

"I have one, but I haven't got it now."

"Is this it?" asked Mr. Tetlow, suddenly holding out one.

Bert did not need to give more than a single glance at it to know that it was his knife. It had his name on the handle and had been given him by his father at Christmas.

"Yes, that's mine," he said slowly.

"So I thought. And do you know where it was found, Bert?"

"No, Mr. Tetlow, I haven't any idea."

"Suppose I told you the janitor picked it up on the steps almost under the big snowball? If . . . Read More

Community Reviews

I read this book out loud to my son and we both enjoyed it. It was full of adventure and family values. I agree with the other review, the constant use of the word fat was unnecessary. Overall it was a cute story.

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Fifth in the series. Great reading, especially fun for Christmas Time. Covers playing in the snow, getting ready for Christmas, staying at Snow Lodge, getting lost in the woods, antics with cat and dog, an a MYST

Reread my old copy given to me for Christmas in 1962.

Would that an 11 1/2 year old girl today be interested in this!

All 4 twins solve the mystery of the missing money which caused a family rift.....

A trip back in time - making up a skit, living without electricity for a time, being snowed in, more s

I read this over 50 years ago.

This entry in the series is packed with the type of action kids will love. An iceboat sailing across the lake and being overturned in a snowstorm. Hikes through the snowy woods. A secret tunnel. A snow fort and snowball fight. A mysterious figure in a black cape. Lost money. And, best of all, the co

Not enough mystery solving and too much use of the F word (FAT). Disappointing.

It always astounds me how much money these kiddo detectives have to go vacationing at lodges and ice sailing on their own boat.

This is the Bobbsey kids up to finding clues to another mystery. This one is about missing money lost at a snow lodge When a uncle thinks the nephew he raised steals money from his uncle they stop talking for years. When the Bobbsey kids hear this and find out they will be staying at the lodge for C

I felt cold reading this book (and it was 100 degrees outside). There was so much snow, and ice that I was chilled. This was another fun adventure with the four Bobbsey children. There was more mystery in this book, and not as much about the animals, making it a nice change from the pervious books.

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