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ISBN: 0786288973 / ISBN-13: 9780786288977

The Penderwicks: A Summer Tale of Four Sisters, Two Rabbits, and a Very Interesting Boy

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  • The Penderwicks: A Summer Tale of Four Sisters, Two Rabbits, and a Very Interesting Boy (Thorndike Press) – Hardcover (2006)
    by Jeanne Birdsall

    The Penderwicks: A Summer Tale of Four Sisters, Two Rabbits, and a Very Interesting Boy

    Hardcover, Thorndike Press
    2006
    English
    Large type / large print.
    304 pages

    ISBN: 0786288973
    ISBN-13: 9780786288977

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Reviews of The Penderwicks: A Summer Tale of Four Sisters, Two Rabbits, and a Very Interesting Boy

Overall customer rating: 4.334
Mary H

Perfect for Summer

by Mary H on Jul 19, 2012

This first in series book is an introduction to a wonderful group of people that anyone would want to know. After reading it myself, bought it for niece's visit. It is not fantasy but has an element of adventure. The writing is intelligent and challenging (there are Latin phrases) but the story races right along. The title says it all.

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Dormouse

On The Fence

by Dormouse on May 4, 2007

It was difficult to decide if I liked this book or not. I really wanted to like it. Overall, the plot was rather like the family stories of days-gone-by. Think modern Bobsey Twins or Happy Hollisters. I won't fault it for that. It chronicles the bucolic events of four sisters on summer vacation. The characters were more fleshed out than older books of this kind, but they were hardly more believable. Some of the quirks and characteristics of the girls seemed rather forced. I appreciate that the siblings (mostly) get along, though the sister with the most personality was a bit too unlikable and showed little growth in the course of the story. The villain was a parent who had no redeeming qualities. That might work for Roald Dahl, but not in this innocent tale. The book ended abruptly and seemed incomplete without a sequel. I applaud the author's goal of wholesome family reading. I hope that as she continues to write, her writing style will improve. I would recommend this book because there is often little available that is wholesome and free of R-rated language, but it won't be first on our summer reading list.

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VoraciousReader

Summer Vacation Fun

by VoraciousReader on May 2, 2007

This is a fun story full of humorous mishaps and backyard adventures that all take place on the Penderwick family?s summer vacation. It is also a story about friendship and family. The characters are absolutely wonderful: from smart and feisty Skye, to the teenage Civil War buff, to the father who speaks to his children in Latin! Each character, even the more minor ones, has their own distinct personality that makes them memorable. To my mind, this is children?s literature at its best!

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