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Clover

Susan Coolidge

Book Overview: 

Clover is the fourth book in the popular What Katy Did series. After Katy's wedding, the focus shifts to her little sister Clover. Their brother Phil encounters serious illness in the winter, and Dr. Carr sends him with Clover to the mountains of Colorado. Clarence Page, their naughty cousin from the other books, lives nearby. He is a rancher now with an attractive English partner, Geoff Templestowe, whom Clover falls for.

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Book Excerpt: 
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"Let me det down, pease," said that young lady,—the first remark she had made. "I tan walk all by myself. I am not a baby any more."

"Will you hear her talk?" cried Katy, catching her up. "Isn't it wonderful? Rosebud, who am I, do you think?"

"My Aunt Taty, I dess, betause you is so big. Is you mawwied yet?"

"No, indeed. Did you think I would get 'mawwied' without you? I have been waiting for you and mamma to come and help me."

"Well, we is here," in a tone of immense satisfaction. "Now you tan."

The larger Rose meanwhile was making acquaintance with the others. She needed no introductions, but seemed to know by instinct which was each boy and each girl, and to fit the right names to them all. In five minutes she seemed as much at home as though she had spent her life in Burnet. They bore her into the house in a sort of triumph, . . . Read More

Community Reviews

Sometimes, in a charity shop, you get lucky: a hardback copy of Clover, with dustjacket, priced 65p. I don't think I even knew at the time I found it that there was a sequel to What Katy Did Next.

And what a little gem it is, probably the best of the 'Carr family' books. I totally approve of Katy's r

I came late to the Carr family saga, like in my late thirties. I love The Katy Chronicles: What Katy Did; What Katy Did at School; And What Katy Did Next, and have read it several times, which is why I am so sad to give this volume only three stars. Why? Because there's so little story compared to t

Dee-lightful! Its almost 6am..and a happy scratchy eyeballed few hours its been reading this under the covers so as not to wake the poor dear husbandling who puts up with my wild reading habits.
My romp back into the Carr family's world has been all over the place but very much enjoyable.

It not as d

Old-fashioned but still enjoyable

Part of a series I read the first 3 volumes of as a child. This was 50 cents at a fleamarket so I bought it.
Most of this book is set in Colorado (where I've also visited), and reading tales about places you at least somewhat know and that are set on another time is always fun. But reading these ki

Who would imagine, that I would read Clover or Katy Book 4 at my age, but I am glad I did, it brought back to mind how greedily I had read the other three.
Clover goes to Colorado to nurse her brother Phil, loves Colorado and its beautiful mountains, in fact she never wants to get back to the East, l

What a lovely continuation of the What Katy Did series! This one focuses on Clover, who goes west with her younger brother Phil so that he can recover his health. Once there Clover can't help but feel homesick, till she sees her cousin who has settled down in the high valley with a friend of his. So

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