Traveling Shoes

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Dell Publishing Company, 1984 - Acting - 208 pages
4 Reviews
Tired of being world citizens, traveling with their brother on his tours as a violin prodigy, three children plot to find a home of their own and discover careers of their own in films and ballet.

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Review: Traveling Shoes (Shoes #11)

User Review  - Beth - Goodreads

Now that I think about it, The Penderwicks in Spring has a storyline that feels like an outgrowth of part of Traveling Shoes. This is not a good book, by the way. But it's got some moments that do ring true. Read full review

Review: Traveling Shoes (Shoes #11)

User Review  - Meghan Krogh - Goodreads

The end to this one made me feel all warm and rosy and bubbling inside. Read full review

Contents

Apple Bough Remembered
13
The Letter
24
TheConcert
34
Copyright

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About the author (1984)

Noel Streatfeild, born 1895, was one of the daughters of the Bishop of Lewes and a great-granddaughter of the prison reformer Elizabeth Fry. She was unmarried and led a busy London literary life and had written over eighty books by the time of her death in 1986.

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