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by Carolyn Haywood


Betsy and the Boys is Carolyn Haywood's fourth book about Betsy. Now in the fourth grade, Betsy has become fast friends with Billy Porter. When the Wilson brothers invite Billy, but not Betsy, to join their football team, Betsy's feelings are hurt.

Betsy and the Boys is Carolyn Haywood's fourth book about Betsy.

Betsy and the Boys book. Carolyn Haywood's stories about her irrepressible character Betsy have never been out of print, and now, thanks to dynamic new covers, the Betsy books will find their way onto the bookshelves of modern young readers-and into the hearts of a whole new generation. It's a new year, and Betsy has a new wish: She is going to play football on the boys' team.

It's a Secret When Betsy stepped out of Mr. Kilpatrick's red car, she heard Billy call, "Hiya, Betsy!". Oh, dear! There's Billy," said Betsy to Mr. Kilpatrick. He's on our side porch. e put that football in the hatbox," whispered Mr. He'll never guess what it i. Wouldn't he be surprised if he knew?" she whispered back. Aloud she said, "Thank you, Mr. Kilpatrick, for bringing me home.

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Book is in Like New, near Mint Condition. B" IS FOR BETSY (ODYSSEY CLASSIC) By Carolyn Haywood Mint Condition. Will include dust jacket if it originally came with one. Text will be unmarked and pages crisp.

Carolyn Haywood's stories about her irrepressible character Betsy have never been out of print, and now, thanks to dynamic new covers, the Betsy books will find their way onto the bookshelves of modern young readers-and into the hearts of a whole new generation. Of course, the boys refuse to play football with a girl. That is, until Betsy and Mr. Kilpatrick cook up a secret plan to win Betsy a spot on the team.

Carolyn Haywood's Betsy series has become a timeless classic. She cleverly depicts amusing situations in which children develop lasting relationships including the fourth-grade adventures of Betsy and Billy. The boys decide to form a football team, but they have a big problem-no football!

Carolyn Haywood's Betsy series has become a timeless classic. The team is pretty desperate, but Betsy saves the game. Through it all, Betsy and Billy remain the best of friends.

Carolyn Haywood's stories about her irrepressible character Betsy have never been out of print, and now, thanks to dynamic new covers, the Betsy books will find their way onto the bookshelves of modern young readers--and into the hearts of a whole new generation. It's a new year, and Betsy has a new wish: She is going to play football on the boys' team. Of course, the boys refuse to play football with a girl. That is, until Betsy and Mr. Kilpatrick cook up a secret plan to win Betsy a spot on the team. . . .
Dilkree
Carolyn Haywood's Betsy books were the first novels that I read as a little girl. I still remember checking them out at the school library and reading them a home. They instilled in me a love of reading great stories and I still love them today.
lets go baby
I remember the Betsy Book series from when I was a child. It made me so happy that my little girl got hooked on them just like I did. She can't put them down. Good wholesome fun.
Akinohn
A great series for children. My daughter and son love these books. They are wholesome and perfect for ten years and under.
lifestyle
Betsy and the Boys is Carolyn Haywood's fourth book about Betsy. Now in the fourth grade, Betsy has become fast friends with Billy Porter. When the Wilson brothers invite Billy, but not Betsy, to join their football team, Betsy's feelings are hurt.

The boys' football is so ancient and battered that air won't stay in it, and they plan to earn a new one by selling twenty-four cakes of mail-order flea soap. Meanwhile, sympathetic Mr. Kilpatrick, the neighborhood police officer, gives Betsy his son's old football, but tells her to keep it hidden until the Wilson boys allow her to join the team.

The soap selling scheme fails, and when Betsy kindly offers the boys her football, they invite her to join the team. Betsy happily plays football until the rough play begins to destroy her clothing. Instead of forbidding Betsy to play, her concerned parents buy their daughter a pair of ice skates and arrange skating lessons that conflict with the football games.

Betsy retires from the team and gives the football to Billy. The oldest Wilson boy, Rudy, is so jealous that he takes revenge with a cruel Valentine prank that nearly destroys Betsy and Billy's friendship.

This lovely addition to the Betsy series marks the first appearance of Little Eddie Wilson, who went on to star in his own series of books. This book has aged remarkably well, and the adults in the book are refreshingly supportive of Betsy's quest to play football.

Because this book was published in 1945, young readers will probably not understand why Mr. and Mrs. Porter are unhappy when Betsy and Billy use the family's last stick of butter (one quarter pound) to make cream puffs. The United States was in the midst of World War II, but other than this oblique reference to food rationing (and Mr. Kilpatrick's brief statement about his son in the Navy), wartime strife didn't touch the lives of the children in this timeless classic.
Orevise
I love the Betsy books. She has lots of friends. Betsy and the Boys is great! It is a very fast and easy book. Haywood did a very good job. I love to read them over again. It is a wonderful book.
Zyangup
i had to change it up as reading to my 6 year old because of a boys sissy name cream puff bit. not p.c.

also betsy is on her way home from school and is able to just get in a car of a crossing guard and go to his house.

6 year olds are learning how to behave from all information accessible.
Gna
My seven-year-old daughter enjoys this book as much as I did, and my mother before me! Betsy and her friends have a kind of ageless fun and action, even as their surroundings change from ours.
I read all of her Betsy books and reread some of them for old time sake and I still got that sweet feeling of satisfaction at the end of each book
Betsy and the Boys (Betsy (Paperback)) ebook
Author:
Carolyn Haywood
Category:
Sports & Outdoors
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1992 kb
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Publisher:
Sandpiper; 1-Simul edition (May 1, 2004)
Pages:
160 pages
Rating:
4.6
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