Camp-Fire Girls in the Country or The Secret Aunt Hannah Forgot
Teen-ager Hazel Edwards and the other twelve members of the Flamingo Camp-Fire Girls experience some real adventure when they are invited to spend part of their summer as guests of Hazel’s elderly aunt on her large country farm. Mrs. Hannah Hutchins is a widow living alone with a few servants and farming assistants in her home in the midwestern town of Fairberry. The girls set up camp on a section of Aunt Hannah’s farm but, before too long, an incident occurs during the annual Fourth of July celebration in Fairberry. What happens will have far-reaching consequences for Hazel’s Aunt Hannah and the girls of Flamingo Camp Fire as they must use the skills they’ve gained to fend off desperate characters and help Aunt Hannah to ‘remember’ what she forgot. This book, Camp-Fire Girls in the Country or The Secret Aunt Hannah Forgot, is one of numerous books written about the Camp-Fire Girls and their experiences.
|Reviews (Rated: 3 Stars - 1 review)|
Reviewer: Bernie - June 11, 2015
Subject: Camp-Fire Girls in the Country
Story for young girls interested in stories of their grandmother's childhood. Consistently narrated in a clear and well metered voice which is perfectly suited to the story.