Then there were five

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Farrar & Rinehart, Jan 1, 1944 - Social Science - 241 pages
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A summer that promises to be eventful turns into something extra special when the four Melendy children become five.

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Review: Then There Were Five (The Melendy Family #3)

User Review  - Sheryl Tribble - Goodreads

As a kid, I loved this book every bit as much as The Saturdays or The Four Story Mistake. As an adult, while I still love parts of it as much as ever, I'm more aware of its flaws. One of Enright's ... Read full review

Review: Then There Were Five (The Melendy Family #3)

User Review  - Caleb Mckenzie - Goodreads

I liked it. It's about how their father is away in Washington DC a lot and then Cuffy goes to watch some of her cousins while she goes to the hospital for a week. While they're gone they promise to be ... Read full review

Contents

ALL SUMMER LONG
3
A TALENT FOR TRASH
20
SHAKESPEARE AND THE HOT SPELL
42
Copyright

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