The More the Merrier #2020

The More the Merrier By Lenora Mattingly Weber The More the Merrier It s summertime and Beany has a plan As the upcoming editor of Harkness High s school newspaper Beany s dream is to emulate her predecessor the wealthy sophisticated Jennifer by providing a privat
  • Title: The More the Merrier
  • Author: Lenora Mattingly Weber
  • ISBN: 9781930009004
  • Page: 397
  • Format: Paperback
  • The More the Merrier By Lenora Mattingly Weber It s summertime and Beany has a plan As the upcoming editor of Harkness High s school newspaper, Beany s dream is to emulate her predecessor, the wealthy, sophisticated Jennifer, by providing a private rumpus room for undisturbed staff meetings In an attempt to raise money for the rumpus room, Beany takes in boarders Beany becomes involved with the varying problems of hIt s summertime and Beany has a plan As the upcoming editor of Harkness High s school newspaper, Beany s dream is to emulate her predecessor, the wealthy, sophisticated Jennifer, by providing a private rumpus room for undisturbed staff meetings In an attempt to raise money for the rumpus room, Beany takes in boarders Beany becomes involved with the varying problems of her three boarders overweight Lisa, cocky Ty and introverted Miss Rutledge Will Beany be able to resolve her own problems as she manages the problems of her boarders
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    About "Lenora Mattingly Weber"

    1. Lenora Mattingly Weber

      Lenora Mattingly, though born in Missouri, lived most of her life in Denver, Colorado In 1916 she married Albert Herman Weber and was the mother of six children Weber s first book, Wind on the Prairie, was published in 1929 From 1930 through 1962 she wrote short stories for magazines such as The Saturday Evening Post, McCall s, and Good Housekeeping Her last book was published posthumously in 1972.Lenora Mattingly Weber s favorite topics included the Denver area, horses, and teenage girls In 1943 the first Beany Malone book, Meet the Malones, was published Beany Malone became Weber s most well known creation, featured in 14 books and appearing as a minor character in the Katie Rose Belford and Stacy Belford series.

    671 thoughts on “The More the Merrier”

    1. Lenora Mattingly Weber, The More the Merrier Thomas Y Crowell, 1958 It never fails When I start a new whack of books, I usually read the first chapter in each to see what grabs me and what gets put aside until I finish the ones that grab me When I start a Beany Malone book, I never even notice the half page size 2 that rings in the next chapter by the time I think about it, I ve found myself reading to the start of chapter four or five Lenora Mattingly Weber s books are somehow instantly absorbi [...]


    2. Oh man I was so blue all day yesterday and I just lay in bed and read these little darlings in between weepings and they were HELPFUL AS HELL.


    3. Ugh Beany, why are you so clueless and stupid Another painful book, where Beany makes me cringe with almost all her decisions I have to say I like the book because the ending is good, if it wasn t I wouldn t bother reading it Andy is a gem and Beany is lucky he even bothers to continue a relationship with her after all the stupid things she does Definitely not my favorite book out the series but a must read if you like Beany Malone.


    4. I think this might be one of my favorite Beanys I love the idea that Beany will take in Boarders to raise money for her cause I find it hilarious that Beany wants to reproduce Jennifer Reed s rumpus room exactly The oil pot plot and its attendant difficulties drives me crazy but that s our Beany.


    5. Violence against women in the last book, fat shaming in this one I hope the next installment in the series doesn t feature a lovable racist.


    6. I enjoyed this book, though it s pretty easy to see where things are going Lisa, the ugly duckling, will be transformed Ty will be reformed Miss Rutledge will come out of her shell Beany will learn the value of the warm and bustling Malone household the rumpus room will fall through Still, time spent with the Malones is nearly always enjoyable Though Beany acts rather stupid sometimes in this book, it s still easy to sympathize with her most of the time But part of me can t help wishing that she [...]


    7. This is my least favorite of the Beany Malone novels, because everyone says about one character that she would be pretty if she wasn t so fat, and they are constantly advising her to reduce diet.


    8. Heartwarming, bygone eraThe odd thing or the best thing about these books is that they create a nostalgia for a time that I never experienced But these stories, stripped of the outdated slang, fashion, and media could occur anywhere Just a fun read.



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