Elsie at Viamede

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Dodd Mead, 1892 - Amusements - 293 pages
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The Dinsmores, Travillas, and Raymonds are staying at Viamede and enjoying winter in the South, and they all attend cousin Betty Johnson's wedding in the North and stop at the Naval Academy in Annapolis on the return trip.
 

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"Elsie at Viamede" (book 18) is a lovely addition to the Elsie series. Through a big part of the book the story centers upon a relative's wedding... the plans, the dress, and the gifts. Lulu continues to learn about keeping her temper under control, and also a lesson about forgiving comes her way. The Dinsmore family is surprised by some dear friends, the Keiths... and much, much more happens. I thoroughly thought this book was delightful; can't wait for the following book. 

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II
17
III
32
IV
73
V
93
VI
107
VII
115
VIII
128
XI
195
XII
207
XIII
221
XIV
229
XV
239
XVI
255
XVII
270
XVIII
283

IX
146
X
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