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King found this scandalous until Phronsie sent him an ugly misshapen gingerbread man when he got sick, and eventually the entire family, bit by bit, ends up leaving town and moving into the King mansion, where Mr. King and Jasper live with Mr. I continued to like middle child Joel best in this book, since he seems the best-written and most believable character.
Phronsie starts the book as coddled, spoilt, and infantilized as she was in the first book, though I was very pleased that, by the end, she had finally started to grow up a bit, show more self-awareness, and become a bit more mature. The main plot of the book revolves around Mr. King was actually planning to kick Mrs. Chatterton out of the house at one point, when she was ill, but Polly, like a goody-two-shoes, pleaded with him and Jasper to keep her, since she instantly felt bad for having ripped her a new one and talked back to an adult, like it was so horrible that she stood up for herself and defended her class origins and the way her mother raised her.
King, Jasper, Mrs.
Five Little Peppers Abroad : "Well, Here We Are In Paris!" by Margaret Sidney @ Classic Reader
Pepper now Mrs. Fisher from Badgertown, a Badgertown couple named Mr.
Hendrickson, Polly, and Phronsie leave to go abroad as the book ends. The middle children Joel and David are away at college with the older two Whitney boys Van and Percy, Ben is working, and Jasper is involved in the publishing business, which Mr. King disapproves of greatly.
Seriously, what twenty year old young woman would still go by a babyish nickname? In spite of being coddled and rather infantilized by Mr.
Stone certainly gave her characters a fair share of silly and pretentious names! King later regrets it when Roslyn takes ill in Italy, and he, Phronsie, and Joel go abroad to try to save him. The old Mr. Chatterton passed away, and the orphans each pass by her and give her a flower.
I always was interested in seeing how each of the actors looked when they grew up and if they fit the roles that they played in The Five Little Peppers. A very sweet story of family that is lacking today. Like Like.