The Yellow Phantom
"Goodbye, Judy! Goodbye, Irene! Don't like New York so well that you won't want to come home!" "Don't keep them too long, Pauline! Farringdon will be as dead as so many bricks without them. Even the cats will miss Blackberry. Make him wave his paw, Judy!" "Don't forget to write!" "Goodbye, Pauline! Goodbye, Judy! Goodbye, Irene!" "Goodbye! Goodbye!" And Peter's car was off, bearing the last load of campers back to their home town. Judy Bolton watched them out of sight. They were taking the familiar road, but she and Irene Lang would soon be traveling in the other direction. Pauline Faulkner had invited them for a visit, including Judy's cat in the invitation, and they were going back with her to New York. A long blue bus hove into view, and all three girls hailed it, at first expectantly, then frantically when they saw it was not stopping. It slowed down a few feet ahead of them, but when they attempted to board it the driver eyed Blackberry with disapproval. "Can't take the cat unless he's in a crate."
- Paperback | 92 pages
- 152.4 x 228.6 x 5.33mm | 190.51g
- 05 Feb 2015
- Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
- Illustrations, black and white