You may think that a sleepy little town like Learning, Vermont is a boring place to live-especially back in the 1920s, when television and video games haven't even been invented yet. But if you ask Rob Peck and his best pal Soup Vinson, they'll tell you otherwise. In fact, they may tell you that Learning is the most exciting place to be in the whole world. Whether rolling down hills in barrels or tying people to trees, whipping apples across the orchard or teaching proper ladies how to break windows, Rob and Soup are always finding ways to get into mischief-and have loads of fun. Such rollicking adventures could only come from Robert Newton Peck, the winner of the Mark Twain Award whose stories of two friends growing up in Vermont have delighted generations of young people.
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