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Publisher's Summary

With over a dozen books now in the wildly popular Soup series, Robert Newton Peck started it all with this hilarious account of the nonstop mischief he and his best friend Soup got into as children in 1920s Vermont. You'll learn all about the time Soup taught Rob how to whack apples, only to wind up breaking a church's stained-glass window! Sure, the 2 pals have lots of fun doing things like rolling down a steep hill in barrels, but they just can't seem to stay out of trouble.
(P)1995 Audio Bookshelf; ©1974 by Robert Newton Peck
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5 out of 5 stars
By Jean Page on 05-28-09

Fun Story

I have enjoyed this book since I was a teenager and I felt the need to listen to it again as an adult. It was funny and I laughed out loud in my car as I was listening. I wish they had the other 12 books in audio for the kids. For all the trouble the 2 kids get into, Soup proves in the end why he's really Rob's best friend.

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4 out of 5 stars
By Niklaus Schroeder on 02-27-04

Soup

Very funny book. I only gave it 4 stars because there seemed like there should have been more. I would still recommend this book, worth listening to.

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