Traveling Shoes

by Noel Streatfeild

Paperback, 1984

Status

Available

Local notes

PB Str

Barcode

1691

Publication

Yearling (1984)

Description

What Myra and Ettie long for now is a home of their own, not a hotel in Vienna, or Venice or Moscow. But how can they convince their parents of that when their parents believe that becoming world citizens is all any child could ever want.

Language

Original language

English

Original publication date

1962

Physical description

7.5 inches

User reviews

LibraryThing member JenneB
Not one of my most favorites--everyone seems to whine a lot, Wolfgang is one of her more insufferable characters, Ethel is just a copy of Posy Fossil, Sebastian is "sensitive" (and suffers from "exhaustion"), and Myra is too good to be true.
And of course as usual the servants are much more
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sensible and responsible than the parents. Oh, and those hilarious foreigners! They just get so overemotional!
Still, it's never dull, and before you know it you've read the whole thing in one go.
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Rating

½ (53 ratings; 4)
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