At Boarding School With the Tucker Twins None

  • Title: At Boarding School With the Tucker Twins
  • Author: Nell Speed
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 162
  • Format: Hardcover
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      Published :2018-05-16T23:10:54+00:00

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    1. Nell Speed is one of my favourite US "girlsown" authors, and I rather think the Tucker Twins series is my favourite of her sets of books.Despite the name, the series isn't really about the Tucker twins (Caroline and Virginia, nicknamed Dum and Dee, collectively the Tweedles); it's about their friend, Page Allison (who is also the narrator). Well, okay, it's also about the twins. And their father. And various friends, acquaintances, and hangers-on. Mostly it's about the friendship between Page an [...]

    2. This is the first in a 6 book series published between 1915 and 1924. Nominally it's a boarding school series, but actually only two of the books are set at school. Our heroine is 15 year-old Page Allison, a doctor's daughter, raised in a rural Virginia community where she has no companionship with girls her own age. On her way to school for the first time, she meets the Tucker family, a set of twins nicknamed Dee and Dum who will be her best friends, and their startlingly young and sprightly wi [...]

    3. Thanks to Gutenberg for this boarding-school story. An okay sort of read for an exhausted day after a night of very little sleep. Not for the politically correct, as the African American characters are all figures of fun; the women are all fat and loaded with children, the men all wiry. A Virginia belle goes to boarding school and narrates her encounters with other girls, having been raised at home on a farm (plantation?) by her widowed father and a "mammy". Her two new besties (twins known as D [...]

    4. Some interesting points but not one to re-read.Typical of its genre but the girls do not ring true and the style is not as well-written as that of the "Katy" series of Susan Coolidge

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