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ISBN:
0963960792
Author:
Lenora Mattingly Weber
Category:
Literature & Fiction
Language:
English
Publisher:
Image Cascade Pub; Book Club (BCE/BOMC) edition (November 1, 1999)
Pages:
298 pages
EPUB book:
1240 kb
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1187 kb
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1177 kb
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Rating:
4.6
Votes:
130


Happy Birthday, Dear Beany" is the seventh book in the Beany Malone series.

Happy Birthday, Dear Beany" is the seventh book in the Beany Malone series. Her dreams are shattered as Miggs, the daughter of a now rich Texas oilman, appears cold and distant. A new beau offers support to Beany as she struggles with the Carmody's new social position. but does this young man have a hidden agenda?

Happy Birthday, Dear Beany book. Her last book was published posthumously in Lenora Mattingly, though born in Missouri, lived most of her life in Denver, Colorado

Happy Birthday, Dear Beany book. Her last book was published posthumously in 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.

Happy Birthday, Dear Beany Paperback – 1968. by Lenora Mattingly Weber (Author). The book does have some scenes that are shocking today that may well have been par for the course back in 1957 (in at least one scene, Hank's behavior crosses well over into the "domestic violence" arena, and Weber gets a mention of the lingering bruises in at least once per chapter for the rest of the book).

Lenora Mattingly Weber. Watch this page Happy Birthday, Dear Beany. Lenora Mattingly Weber (1895–1971) was an American author of short stories and novels. 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. Weber died on January 30, 1971. She wrote 34 books, including a cookbook of Beany Malone-inspired recipes, and more than 80 short stories (including serializations of some of her novels. Happy Birthday, Dear Beany. New York: Thomas Y. Crowell C. 1957/Image Cascade Publishing, 1999. The More the Merrier.

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Lenora Mattingly Weber authored the Beany Malone series, which is now back in print! Find the Beany Malone bibliography at Loganberry Books. Thomas Y. Crowell, 1956. Crowell, 1957. Crowell, 1958. Crowell, 1959.

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Lenora Mattingly Weber was an American author of short stories and novels. A diverse group of Beany fans lives worldwide and discusses all things Weber online. In 2002, Image Cascade published a biography,

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  • Fordregelv
This is a fun story about a young girl coming of age in the late 1040's. A time without cell phones, TV or computers. Where you had to make your own entertainment.
  • Gietadia
I love the Beany Malone series. I am 60 years old and am tired of all the violence and mature content in books these days. This series is just good wholesome reading.
  • Enila
Lenora Mattingly Weber, Happy Birthday, Dear Beany! (Thomas Y. Crowell, 1957)

Ah, the wonders of bucolic Denver in the fifties. Weber has finally ditched the last traces of overt McCarthyism, hopefully for good (remember, we're only halfway through the series at this point). Beany has finally ditched the last traces of her Norbettism and can finally view him as simply a friend. But with Andy gone off to the Marines, that leaves Beany without a beau. Well, a new one pops up almost as soon as the book begins, with that weird disjunct common to the Beany books, in Hank, who is, in contemporary terms, an investigative journalist. Hank's helping Beany's dad Martie on an expose of uranium land scams. (The series dug into this, if you'll recall, back in the previous book, Make a Wish for Me.) Meanwhile, Beany's seventeenth birthday is approaching, and while she and Mary Fred are cleaning out the old window seat looking for something for Johnny, Beany comes across an old, unopened letter from Miggs Carmody, her closest childhood friend, sent right around the time Mrs. Malone died. Last anyone in the family heard, the Carmody family were transient, so Beany sets herself to the task of hunting Miggs down so the two of them can celebrate their birthdays together like they did when they were kids. But Beany learns the meaning of "be careful what you wish for"...

The book does have some scenes that are shocking today that may well have been par for the course back in 1957 (in at least one scene, Hank's behavior crosses well over into the "domestic violence" arena, and Weber gets a mention of the lingering bruises in at least once per chapter for the rest of the book). Be aware. Otherwise, though, it's your typical Beany Malone novel, which means it is at once not a real standout and miles better than Beany Has a Secret Life. A decent entry in the series. *** ½
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