You are here

Lucy Fitch Perkins

The Belgian Twins

Description: 

This story is based upon the experiences of two Belgian refugees in World War I. When their parents are marched of by Germans, Jan and Marie are left alone. Now they, along with their dog, have to find their parents!

Price: $0.00

The Mexican Twins

Description: 

The little white hen must have told the red rooster what she saw, for he followed her and looked into the hut too. Then he ruffled his neck feathers, flapped his wings, and crowed so loudly that Pancho and Doña Teresa and the Twins all woke at once and sat up with a bounce, to see what was the matter.

Price: $0.00

The French Twins

Description: 

The French Twins is written by Lucy Fitch Perkins. The sunlight of the clear September afternoon shone across the roofs of the City of Rheims, and fell in a yellow flood upon the towers of the most beautiful cathedral in the world, turning them into two shining golden pillars against the deep blue of the eastern sky.

Price: $0.00

The Eskimo Twins

Description: 

The Eskimo Twins is written by Lucy Fitch Perkins. The reindeer did not see them. They did not know that anything was near until they felt the sting of the hunters' arrows. One reindeer dropped to the earth. The other was not killed. He flung his head in the air and galloped away, and they could hear the thud, thud, of his hoofs long after he had disappeared in the fog.

Price: $0.00

The Dutch Twins

Description: 

The Dutch Twins is written by Lucy Fitch Perkins. The market-place was an open square in the middle of the town. It had little booths and stalls all about it. The farmers brought their fresh vegetables and flowers, or whatever they had to sell, into these stalls, and then sat there waiting for customers. They wished their own boat were big enough to move about in; but Father told them they must sit very, very still all the time.

Price: $0.00

The Scotch Twins

Description: 

The Scotch Twins is written by Lucy Fitch Perkins. The Scotch "Twins" Jock, the sleepy-head, and Jean, the canny little polisher and scrubber, are just as lovable as any of their predecessors. There is a nice little surprise, too, in the last chapter.

Price: $0.00

The Irish Twins

Description: 

The Irish Twins is written by Lucy Fitch Perkins. In this short book the author conveys a very good image of the lives of Irish country children at the end of the nineteenth century.

Price: $0.00

The Puritan Twins

Description: 

The Puritan Twins is written by Lucy Fitch Perkins. Interesting to all children who have enjoyed the other "twin" books, this story describes life in the very early days of Boston and Plymouth.

Price: $0.00

The Cave Twins

Description: 

The Cave Twins is written by Lucy Fitch Perkins. This is a story about things that happened ages and ages ago, before any of us were born, or our great-great-grandfathers either, for that matter. It was so very long ago that there were no houses, or farms, or roads from one place to another, and there was not a single city, or a town, or even a village in the whole earth.

Price: $0.00

..