Six Cousins at Mistletoe Farm Paperback – 27 Jun 1985
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Three well-off city-bred children have to live with their country-bred and relatively poor cousins. This results in predictable friction between them. How they get their corners knocked-off and settle down, with each other and their circumstances, forms the core of this book. The city children have to cope with a difficult life and the way they adapt to their new life is superbly described. The country cousins also have lessons to learn from their city cousins and this makes for interesting reading. An idyllic description of country life and its unique characters make this book a joy to read. Any person who has an interest in country life will find this book irresistible. Being an Enid Blyton book one would expect that there would be a mystery somewhere in it – and one would be correct! However, the mystery is secondary and is not the focus of the book.
This book (and its sequel) are among the must have – and not necessarily for children!!