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The Elizabeth Enright series sparkle with wordplay and clever interchanges. The children are realistic and the story lines are upbeat. Read morePublished 9 days ago by Aliza
The Melendy children, fifteen-year-old Mona, fourteen-year-old Rush, twelve-year-old Miranda (Randy), and seven-and-three-quarters-year-old Oliver, live with their father, their... Read morePublished 16 months ago by Wayne S. Walker
This has been one of my favorite books since I was about eleven.
It is set in the country in World War II Ameica but there is not a war focus. Read more
We love these books and highly recommend them for family reading time. The copy we received was in great shape and worth the price.Published 17 months ago by ladypuddleduck
The four books in the Melendy Quartet are well written. You are drawn into the life of the Melendy children.Published 18 months ago by George F. Jones
Love the Melendy Quartet...introduced it to my sis and her family and they enjoy it too. Full of good, clean, old-fashioned fun. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Deborah Lim
This book is imaginative, fun and full of lessons! I am weary of the shows and books that are written for children these days. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Craig E. Root
My nine- year-old grandson and I read together every morning on Skype. It is his bedtime in China. We loved the Melendy Quartet and Spiderweb for Two, too. Highly recommended. Read morePublished on March 13, 2012 by Susan G. Beck
The worst of the Melendy Quartet.
The series is swimming along beautifully, and then of COURSE the Melendys befriend a poor, luckless orphaned child whose cousin (foster... Read more