Betsy-Tacy and Tib

Betsy-Tacy and Tib

By: Maud Hart Lovelace Complete Authored Works
Published by: Thomas Y. Crowell Company
Publication Date: 1941
Series: The Betsy-Tacy Books
Series Number: 2

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Betsy, Tacy and Tib were three little girls who were friends. They never quarreled. True, they were not always as good as they might have been—they cooked up awful messes and they daubed themselves with mud and cut each other's hair off—but they always managed to have a good time. They had a lot of excitement when they tried to learn to fly—from the limb of a tree. And collecting pebbles for being bad was a lot of fun, too. Then there were always Betsy's stories to liven the day. She made up wonderful ones to which Tacy and Tib listened enthralled.

This is the story of three normal little girls whose childhood adventures are just as real today as when they happened around the turn of the century.

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