Tuesday, 19 November 2013

Bells on their Toes by Frank B. Gilbreth JR. and Ernestine Gilbreth Carey

Bells on Their Toes is the sequel to Cheaper by the Dozen and describes the adventures of the 11 siblings. Great as a standalone or read as a pair these two books are great classics for any age.

This book doesn't focus on any one character as the main character but focuses on them all sharing all of their individual mishaps and adventures. From old fashioned swim suits and new style kitchens there is no adventure missing in these two books. I defiantly advise you to read both of these.

Unfortunately if I told you the plot of the second book it would give away all the secrets of the first book. So you'll have to just trust me that it is an amazing book. Imagine having to line up every time you wanted to  wave goodbye to someone or if the only way for you to go on a date is for your dad to come along too. Sometimes amusing, always heart warming this book is great as a read aloud as well.

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