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by Florence England Nosworthy,Laura Lee Hope
The lively doings of inquisitive little Bunny Brown and his smart, trustful sister Sue provide hours of entertainment.
This button opens a dialog that displays additional images for this product with the option to zoom in or out. Tell us if something is incorrect. By the author of the Bobbsey Twins books, the Bunny Brown stories were eagerly welcomed by the children from about five to ten years of age. The lively doings of inquisitive little Bunny Brown and his smart, trustful sister Sue provide hours of entertainment.
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Laura Lee Hope was a pseudonym used by the Stratemeyer Syndicate
Laura Lee Hope was a pseudonym used by the Stratemeyer Syndicate. The Stratemeyer Syndicate was the producer of a number of series for children and adults at the beginning of the twentieth-century, including the Nancy Drew mysteries, The Hardy Boys, the various Tom Swift series, The Bobbsey Twins and others. It pioneered the technique of producing long-running, consistent series of books using a team of freelance authors to write standardised novels, which were published under a pen name owned by his company.
Bunny Brown and His Sister Sue (1 - 10 of 20 books). Books by Laura Lee Hope.
Published September 24th 2007 by Dodo Press. Laura Lee Hope was first used in 1904 for the debut of the Bobbsey Twins, the principal characters of what was, for many years, the Stratemeyer Syndicate's longest-running series of children's novels. Other series written under this pseudonym include: The Outdoor Girls (23 vols. 1913-1933), The Moving Picture Girls (7 vols. 1914-1916), Bunny Brown (20 vols. Other books in the series. Bunny Brown and His Sister Sue (1 - 10 of 20 books).
Sue! Where are you?" called a lady, as she stood in the opening of a tent which was under the trees in the big woods.
Author of. The bunny brown series, the bobbsey twins series, the outdoor girls series, etc. Illustrated by Florence England Nosworthy. New york grosset & dunlap publishers. Sue! Where are you?" called a lady, as she stood in the opening of a tent which was under the trees in the big woods. Where are you, Sue? And where is Bunny?" For a moment no answers came to the call. But presently, from behind a clump of bushes not far from the tent, stepped a little girl.
Bunny wanted to know. Bunny Brown was a great one for asking questions. Bunny and Sue went out in the yard, where they had a little play-tent,made of some old pieces of sails from one of Mr. Brown's boats. So was his sister Sue;but Sue would often wait a while and find things out for herself,instead of asking strangers what certain things meant. Bunny alwaysseemed in a hurry, and his mother used to say he could ask morequestions than several grown folks could answer. It was awarm spring day, and, as Bunny had said, there was no kindergartenschool for them to go to, as it had closed, to allow a new roof to beput on the school building.
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Having had a great time during a previous stay at Camp Rest-a-While, the Brown family decides to return to the woods for part of the summer, exploring the forest beyond the camp they stayed at before. Their trip brings encounters with new people and animals - as well as a few close calls for the children.
Excerpt from book: CHAPTER III THE . .LD MAN For a moment the two children did not know what to do. They stood still, looking at the dog who had just drunk the milk from the pail which they had set down in the road so they could chase the squirrel.