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The Bastable Children: containing The Treasure Seekers, The Would-Be-Goods and The New Treasure Seekers
by E. Nesbit

published in New York by Coward-McCann, Inc., 1928

Dec 30, 2007

Posted by Peter Falkenberg Brown

One of my dearest childhood books, these are the tales of the six Bastable children, set in England. They had no video games, no TV, and no shopping malls to hang out in. But my, oh my, did they have fun! It is a true treasure of a book.

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