Here is Elizabeth Enright's story of a long and glorious summer in the country with the Melendy family.
Don't miss the other titles in the Melendy Quartet.
©1944 Elizabeth Enright Gillham; ©1972 Nicholas W. Gillham, Robert Gillham II, and Oliver Gillham; (P)2004 Listen & Live Audio, Inc.
"Elizabeth Enright has a quick eye for the unexpected, the amusing and the beautiful in what might just be ordinary experiences." (The New York Times)
"Elizabeth Enright's children are so real they seem to step right out of the pages to become one's closest friends. Don't miss them." (Chicago Sunday Tribune)
Father was in the office he told the Melndie children that Mark might not want to be adopted and then the children got excited so I think you should have said all adopt Mark if you wants to.
Wonderful, complex characters; and fun and engaging dialogue that rings true. My children (aged 5-12) and I were all spellbound. Every book in this series is quality. The narration is also excellent, very smooth and unique for each character without being ridiculous or distracting.
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