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October 04, 2009


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Julie P.

I second that -- go read them! My 10 year old daughter actually appreciated the earlier books more. I love that because I know she still has plenty of time to grow into the older ones! And I can't stress the "and up" age range. I am reading these books for the first time and loving them!

Dawn - She is Too Fond of Books

I'll be pointing people to this page for a great overview of the books.

I didn't realize that the first, Betsy-Tacy, is on audio; I'll have to look for it for my young independent reader/listener.

Sarah M.

Jennifer, thanks again for arranging to have the set of BT books sent to me for a book giveaway. I've posted the giveaway announcement today in honor of it being Betsy-Tacy Day. :)

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Betsy Ray has certainly grown. The story picks up after Betsy leaves the university. She spent a year touring the great world, are enviable spend time in Italy, Germany and England, from a romantic ocean cruise. As usual, the real story is in the people said Betsy. Do you have to forget his great soul mate Joe from school and spend the rest of his life in Italy with Marco and his aunts swoony wonderful?

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