The Twins in the Third

Twins Jean and Laurie are living with their grandmother. Grandmother lives in the past, and this causes problems for her grand daughters.

Publishing history
Frederick Warne Ltd, London, 1932, illus G Ernest Lang

Twins Jean and Laurie are living with their grandmother. Grandmother lives in the past, and this causes problems for her grand daughters. They have joined the High School, and their form is collecting money to fund a cot at the local hospital. Jean and Laurie haven’t contributed, because their grandmother doesn’t believe in pocket money. They’re too proud, and too fond of their grandmother, to tell their form this, but they desperately want to contribute. So, they decide to sell their watches, but on the way, meet a man mistreating a pony …

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mary Gervaise