"Elizabeth Enright has a quick eye for the unexpected, the amusing and the beautiful in what might be just ordinary experiences." — New York Times
"Welcome Back! Elizabeth Enright's Melendy Quartet follows siblings Mona, Rush, Randy and Oliver. In The Four-Story Mistake (1942) the family moves from their city brownstone to the country. " — Publishers Weekly
Following-up on the classic children's novel The Saturdays, Elizabeth Enright continues the engaging tale of the Melendy family — Mona, Rush, Randy, Oliver, Father, and Cuffy, the housekeeper — and their move from an old brownstone in New York City to a charming house in the country.
Called The Four-Story Mistake for its odd look and confused architectural history, the house offers the Melendys wonderful quirks and surprises. And though they are disappointed about leaving the city, the four children soon become absorbed in the adventures of the country, discovering the many hidden attractions that the Four-Story Mistake has to offer!
Written by Elizabeth Enright and read by Pamela Dillman.
Elizabeth Enright (1909-1968) was born in Oak Park, IL, but spent most of her life in or around New York City. Throughout her life she wrote and illustrated numerous award-winning children's books, including a 1958 Newbery Honor for Gone-Away Lake. Ms. Enright's writings have been loved by many for generations, and they continue to find an audience with young and old alike.
Pamela Dillman has recorded a wide variety of audiobook titles, both in the United States and in Great Britain. Her extensive film, television and theater credits include over 300 productions on three continents.
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