Synopses & Reviews
Nobody believed Hugsy Goode when he prophesied that a tunnel lay beneath the alley until--generations later--Nicholas (alias Copin) and Timothy (alias Tornid) decide to explore. And lo and behold, right under the vine-covered hole outside the house where Hugsy Goode used to live, they find an entrance to adventures beyond their wildest dreams.
A sequel to The Alley.
"Eleanor Estes, with the skill which created the 'Moffats,' has succeeded in composing her hero with enough mischief and daring to be both real and likable."--Christian Science Monitor
Two Eleanor Estes classics available for the first time in more than two decades!
About the Author
(1906-1988), a children's librarian for many years, launched her writing career with the publication of The Moffats
in 1941. Two of her books about the Moffats are Newbery Honor books, as is The Hundred Dresses.
She won the Newbery Medal for Ginger Pye