Bobbsey Twins


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Bobbsey Twins

two sets of twins share adventures. [Children’s Lit.: Bobbsey Twins’ Mystery at Meadowbrook]
See: Twins
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I worked my way through the Bobbsey Twins, the Hardy Boys and Nancy Drew, and coveted her red roadster.
And we are told that no matter the jeopardy in which Dave and Clete are placed, as Clete is fond of saying, "the Bobbsey twins from Homicide are forever.
All of our family's books were there together - the Bobbsey Twins next to last year's best-seller, next to a chemistry book from the 1930s.
Stratemeyer was also the creator of the Bobbsey Twins, Nancy Drew, and the Hardy Boys.
After the first such series (the Rover Boys, created in 1899 and written by Stratemeyer himself), Stratemeyer created several lines of fiction--each with its distinctive "author"--the most common of which were, in addition the Hardy Boys, the Bobbsey Twins and Nancy Drew.
It makes Peyton Place look like a Bobbsey Twins escapade.
Rees explains for us that the Bobbsey Twins were nice, clean-cut Americans who got into and out of scrapes in juvenile fiction.
We'd all grown up like the Bobbsey Twins and she led a bohemian life," Nina said.
6) He then farmed out successive instalments in the series (among them, the Motor Boys, the Liberty Boys of '76, the Bobbsey Twins, the Rover Boys, and Nancy Drew) to his stable.
No single writer held a monopoly on the production of a series, and Stratemeyer habitually moved his writers around from, say, the Nancy Drew series to the Bobbsey Twins.
Libraries used to be quiet places where you could spend hours reading the Famous Five or the Bobbsey Twins.