Patty s Pleasure Trip Carolyn Wells wrote than books During the first ten years of her career she concentrated on poetry humor and children s books From onward she concentrated on mysteries most fam

  • Title: Patty's Pleasure Trip
  • Author: Carolyn Wells
  • ISBN: 9781434460103
  • Page: 428
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Carolyn Wells 1862 1942 wrote than 170 books During the first ten years of her career, she concentrated on poetry, humor, and children s books From 1910 onward, she concentrated on mysteries, most famously the Fleming Stone Detective Stories.

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    1. Carolyn Wells

      Carolyn Wells was a prolific writer for over 40 years and was especially noted for her humor, and she was a frequent contributor of nonsense verse and whimsical pieces to such little magazines as Gelett Burgess The Lark, the Chap Book, the Yellow Book, and the Philistine.

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    1. Patty and her parents go to Italy. By this time it's pushing a year that they've been in Europe. Patty picks up lots of new friends and they play amongst the Roman ruins. Seriously--they play house and everything. They form a club called The Wonderers, and their purpose is to wonder and wander. I like her first reactions to the Roman ruins--she gets pretty overwhelmed by the grandeur and the ancient-ness of it. Fortunately she has a lot of friends who say things like, "Don't feel like you have t [...]

    2. A fun story - Patty traveling around Italy with newly-met friends and enjoying Rome, Florence, and Venice (and a dash of Milan!) from a "wonderer's" perspective. Her sweet, vivacious, lively, upbeat, optimistic, helpful outlook on life are a delight to read.

    3. Pursanally I'm beginging to wish Patty would actually learn something. Everyone keeps telling her that she can learn when shes older and now the time just to enjoy life and its really annoying. Shes 18!!

    4. And Patty continues meandering her way around Europe, making friends wherever she goes. I miss the characters from the earlier books, and I'm glad she's headed home now.

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