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DAVE DARRIN'S SECOND YEAR AT ANNAPOLIS


Readers of that preceding volume will recall how Dave Darrin and Dan Dalzell entered

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PECK'S BAD BOY WITH THE CIRCUS


April 10, 19..--I never thought it would come to this, that I should keep a diary, b

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Roy Blakeley


Hanged if I know what a conclave is. It's some kind of a meeting I guess. He said it

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THE MOVING PICTURE BOYS AT PANAMA


With a series of puffs and chugs a big, shiny motor cycle turned from the

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FRANK MERRIWELL'S NOBILITY


He had a good head and plenty of sense. He knew better than to copy after the ordi

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FRANK MERRIWELL AT YALE


Frank had passed his examinations successfully and had been admitted as a student

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ROLLO AT PLAY;


3. In cultivating the amiable and gentle qualities of the heart. The scenes are laid

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ETHEL MORTON'S ENTERPRISE


All three cousins had birthdays in January. The Mortons always celebrated the birt

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THE CAMP FIRE GIRLS DO THEIR BIT


The Camp Fire Girls in the Maine Woods or, The Winnebago's Go Camping The Camp Fi

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The Camp Fire Girls at Long Lake


The speaker was Dolly Ransom, a black-haired, mischievous Wood Gatherer of the Camp

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THE BOY SCOUTS OF THE EAGLE PATROL


Gazing keenly about him on all sides of the little clearing in the midst of which

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THE GIANT SCISSORS


She was tired of the garden with the high stone wall around it, that made her feel l

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TWO LITTLE KNIGHTS OF KENTUCKY


It was the coldest Saint Valentine's eve that Kentucky had known in twenty years. In

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THE ADVENTURES OF OLD MR. TOAD


Jimmy Skunk sat at the top of the hill that overlooks the Green Meadows and watche

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TOM SWIFT AND HIS AERIAL WARSHIP


"As bad as that, eh, Tom?" went on Ned. "I thought something was up when I first c

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TOM SWIFT AMONG THE DIAMOND MAKERS


“Well I did,” went on the jeweler. “I happened to glance out of the win

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TOM SWIFT AND HIS WIZARD CAMERA


Koku, very proud of his mission of keeping guard over the strange visitor, marched

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TOM SWIFT AND HIS AIR SCOUT


The young man leaned over the edge of the padded cockpit, and clasped in his rathe

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The Boy Allies On The Firing Line


The little body of British troopers, only forty-eight of them all told, with Hal Pai

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THE BOY WITH THE U.S. CENSUS


Life in America to-day is adventurous and thrilling to the core. Border warfare of t

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The Rover Boys In The Mountains


This series of books for wide-awake American lads was begun several years ago with t

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The Meadow-Brook Girls Afloat


Dee had made a distinctly unfavorable impression on Miss Elting, the guardian an

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TOM SWIFT AND HIS GIANT CANNON


"I don't know, Alec, I don't know," slowly responded the aged inventor. "I've hear

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TOM SWIFT AND HIS UNDERSEA SEARCH


"Say, hold on there, Ned! Hold on! Where do you get that stuff; as the boys say? H

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TOM SWIFT AMONG THE FIRE FIGHTERS


"Well, you can prove the additions yourself, Tom, on one of the adding machines. I

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TOM SWIFT AND HIS ELECTRIC LOCOMOTIVE


"It is not only a future possibility," said the latter gentleman, shrugging his sh

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The Outdoor Girls at the Hostess Houseby Laura Lee Hope


CHAPTER I HERO WORSHIP 1CHAPTER II THE ACCIDENTCHAPTER III THE SHADOW O

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Little Prudy's Sister Susyby Sophie May


We might begin this story of Susy Parlin on a New Year's day, only it is so hard to

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Radio Boys Series


The development of radio telephony is still in its infancy at this time of writing i

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The Adventures of Grandfather Frogby Thornton W. Burgess


Jerry climbed to the top of his house and looked over the Smiling Pool in the direc

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Betty Gordon at Mountain Campby Alice B. Emerson


RUTH FIELDING OF THE RED MILLRUTH FIELDING AT BRIARWOOD HALLRUTH FIELDING AT SNOW C

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SIX LITTLE BUNKERS


THE BOBBSEY TWINSTHE BOBBSEY TWINS IN THE COUNTRYTHE BOBBSEY TWINS AT THE SEASHORET

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The Boy Allies


The Boy Allies on the North Sea Patrolor, Striking the First Blow at the German Fle

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Ruth Fielding


RUTH FIELDING OF THE RED MILLOr, Jasper Parloe's Secret.RUTH FIELDING AT BRIARWOOD

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The Boy Allies Under the Seaby Robert L. Drake


"I'll tell you a little something you don't seem to know," said Jack. "In the last t

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The Adventures of Unc' Billy Possum


No one really believed Reddy Fox, for every one knows that he seldom tells the t

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Peck's Compendium of Fun


After supper we took a piece of ice and rubbed our hands warm, and went in where that

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DADDY TAKES US


"Oh, it isn't nice to talk that way," said his mother. "You ought to be glad if Mab

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ELSIE'S


Dates compelled the bringing in of the late war: and it has been the earnest desire

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THE HILLTOP BOYS


There were close upon a hundred of the Hilltop Boys, and they were now on a tour of

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The Meadow-Brook Girls Under Canvas


"Telling my fortune," answered Tommy without raising her head from her task. Hazel o

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MOTHER WEST WIND "WHY" STORIES


So every morning they ask him to play, and every morning they laugh when he says

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THE LITTLE COLONEL'S


"It isn't the presents I care about," she whispered, choking back a heart-broken sob

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Campfire Girls in the


Two hundred and thirty-nine girl voices chanted the Wo-he-lo Cheer with weird impres

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The Bobbsey Twins


"I don't know, but it might do some good. I can't make the strap hold it on any more

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THE OUTDOOR CHUMS AFTER BIG GAME


THE OUTDOOR CHUMS Or The First Tour of the Rod, Gun and Camera Club THE OUTDOOR C

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UNCLE WIGGILY'S (Bedtime Stories)


You see this was the same Uncle Wiggily, of whom I have told you in the Bedtime Book

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Uncle Wiggily's Travels


The stories herein contained appeared originally in the Evening News, of Newark, N.J

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Grace Harlowe's Sophomore Year at High Schoolby Jessie Graham Flower


The four girl chums had grown somewhat taller than when last seen. A rich summer-vac

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THE ADVENTURES OF PRICKLY PORKY


HAPPY JACK SQUIRREL had had a wonderful day. He had found some big chestnut-trees th

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The Tale of Cuffy Bear


Far up on the side of Blue Mountain lived Cuffy Bear with his father and mother

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Ethel Morton at Rose House


May Day in New Jersey is never a certain quality; it may be reminiscent of the Nor

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The Camp Fire Girls On the Farm


Bessie King, her eyes open with admiration and wonder, asked her chum the question

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The Little Colonel's House Party


Down the long avenue that led from the house to the great entrance gate came the Lit

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PEE-WEE HARRIS ON THE TRAIL


The night was bleak and cold. All through the melancholy, cheerless da

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The Little Colonel's Chum:


When I finished the eighth volume of the Little Colonel Stories, The Maid of Honour,

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DOTTY DIMPLE OUT WEST.


On this particular morning she felt an unusual interest in the state of the weather.

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LITTLE PRUDY'S


Alice was the youngest of the Parlin family. When Grandma Read called the children i

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THE PURITAN TWINS


One bright warm noonday in May of the year 1638, Goodwife Pepperell opened the do

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The Bobbsey Twins at


"And aren't you glad, too, Bert?" Flossie Bobbsey, who had first asked this question

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Bunny Brown and His Sister Sue Playing Circus


Bunny and his sister, with their papa and mamma, were spending the summer on the far

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THE STORY OF THE RED CROSS


The Red Cross Society adopted its emblem in honor of Switzerland, where the society

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BUNNY BROWN


The little girl, who had called to her brother about the wagon, stood with her nose

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Bunny Brown and His Sister Sue in the Big Woods


"Bunny can't come, 'cause we're playing soldier and Indian," said Sue. "Bunny's been

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The Meadow-Brook Girls by the Sea


"Everything but myself," nodded Jane. The latter's automobile, well loaded with camp

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The Moving Picture Girls Under the Palms


"Begin!" called the manager, sharply, and the play proceeded, while the young moving

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Hallowe'en at Merryvale


The apples had been packed in barrels with plenty of straw to keep them from freezin

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Bob Chester's Grit


The man who had hailed Bob Chester appeared to be about twenty-five years old, and h

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Mother West Wind "Where" Stories


Everybody knows that Grandfather Frog has a big mouth. Of course! It wouldn't be pos

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The Banner Boy Scouts


Knowing that ninety-nine lads out of every hundred love outdoor life above all else,

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The Bobbsey Twins


The Bobbsey twins were very busy that morning. They were all seated around the dinin

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Six Little Bunkers at Cousin Tom's


They were playing on the lawn of Aunt Jo's house—the little Bunkers, six of them.

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Elsie at Home


The shades of evening were closing in upon a stormy March day; rain and sleet fallin

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Maida’s Little Shop


Four people sat in the big, shining automobile. Three of them were men. The fourth

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THE MOVING PICTURE BOYS ON THE WAR FRONT


On one side of him was a small army composed of what seemed to be Civil War Union so

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Contents


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Six Little Bunkers at Grandpa Ford's


Daddy Bunker, who had been reading the paper on the porch of Cousin Tom's bungalow a

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Pee-Wee Harris Adrift


Like the beloved Black Lake it had both an inlet and an outlet. As fast as one bo

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Uncle Wiggily in the Woods


So, once upon a time, not very many years ago, as all good stories should begin, U

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Grace Harlowe's Junior Yearat High School


"I wonder what school will bring us this year?" mused Nora O'Malley, as she retied h

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The Meadow-Brook Girls in the Hills


"Call themselves 'The Meadow-Brook Gals.' Funny name, eh?" grinned the postmaster

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BUNNY BROWNAND HIS SISTER SUEGIVING A SHOW


It was Saturday, and, as there was no school, Mrs. Brown had allowed both children t

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Grace Harlowe's First Year at Overton College


When Grace Harlowe and her three dear friends, Nora O'Malley, Jessica Bright and Ann

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Marjorie at Seacote


Every year one of the Maynard children spent the summer months with their grandmothe

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Elsie's Vacation and After Events


"I must hunt them up, poor dears! for it is about time we were starting for the Dolp

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Tom Slade on Mystery Trail


And the other is a famous gatherer of clews, losing sight of no significant trifle,

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THE ADVENTURES OF REDDY FOX


I. Granny Fox Gives Reddy a Scare II. Granny Sh

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The Bobbsey Twins at Home


"Deed an' dat's whut she am!" exclaimed a [2]fat, good-natured looking colored woman

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BUNNY BROWNAND HIS SISTER SUEKEEPING STORE


This seemed a fair way of playing the game, Sue thought. She left her window and wen

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SIX LITTLE BUNKERSAT MAMMY JUNE'S


"She did so!" rejoined Vi instantly, for although she and Rose loved each other very

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The Tale of Frisky Squirrel


Frisky Squirrel was a lively little chap. And he was very bold, too. You see, he was

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THE TALE OF HENRIETTA HEN


Henrietta Hen thought highly of herself. Not only did she consider herself a "speckl

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The Tale of Pony Twinkleheels


When Johnnie Green sent him along the road at a trot, Twinkleheels' tiny feet moved

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THE TALE OF BUSTER BUMBLEBEE


"I declare, I can't just remember," said Aunt Polly Woodchuck. "But it's a name that

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The Moving Picture Girls at Sea


CHAPTER PAGEI The Great Marine Film 1

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THE BOY WITH THE U. S. FORESTERS


Much of the wilderness is yet but little trod. Great stretches of virgin forest stil

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TOM SLADE AT BLACK LAKE


Several persons have asked me when Tom Slade was ever going to grow up and cease to

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Boy Scouts on a Long Hike


Apparently they must have been practicing some of the many clever things Boy Scouts

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THE TALE OF DICKIE DEER MOUSE


How his small white feet would twinkle as he frisked about in the shadows of the woo

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TOM SLADEWITH THE BOYS OVER THERE


In the good old days when Alsace was a part of France the old house stood there and

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BILLY WHISKERS' ADVENTURES


They were returning home covered with scars and wounds received while performing act

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Jane Allen: Right Guard


"It's just a year ago yesterday, Dad," Jane returned soberly. "What a horrid person

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LIGHTFOOT THE DEER


Peter Rabbit was on his way back from the pond of Paddy the Beaver deep in the Green

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Paddy BEAVER


HIS little rhyme Paddy the Beaver made up as he toiled at building the dam which was

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The Saddle Boys of the Rockies


Frank was the son of a rancher, who not only owned a large tract of land with many

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BILLY WHISKERS


Of course, the boys were wild with delight, and their mother disgusted, for she pred

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The Moving Picture Girls


"Boisterous! Weren't you going to say—rude?" laughingly asked the one who had firs

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THE ADVENTURES OF REDDY FOX


I. Granny Fox Gives Reddy a Scare II. Granny Sh

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DOTTY DIMPLE'S FLYAWAY.


Katie Clifford was a very bright child. She almost knew enough to keep out of fire

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The Outdoor GirlsOn Pine Island


"Hello, girls, we'd have been here sooner if Betty hadn't delayed us." It was Frank

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The Outdoor GirlsAt Ocean View


Three girls were strolling down the street, and, as on the occasion when the three f

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The Outdoor Girls in Florida


Grace Ford tried to repress her emotion, but the cause of her tears was evidently to

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The Outdoor Girls in the Saddle


"At last! Is that you, Mollie Billette? I've been trying to get you for the last hal

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FRANK MERRIWELL'S REWARD


An electric hansom, which had sailed up the street in an eminently respectable manne

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THE ADVENTURES OF REDDY FOX


I. Granny Fox Gives Reddy a Scare II. Granny Sh

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Tom Slade


But we are not concerned with animals now. Kipling's ocean liner has human interest�

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Frank Merriwell's Chums


For all of past differences, which had been finally settled between them—for all

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THE ADVENTURES OF REDDY FOX


I. Granny Fox Gives Reddy a Scare II. Granny Sh

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THE BRONCHO RIDER BOYS WITH FUNSTON AT VERA CRUZ.


"Say, Don," interrupted Billie, "what's the use of always asking such foolish questi

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BUNNY BROWNAND HIS SISTER SUEON GRANDPA'S FARM


Just as Bunny did that Splash, his big dog, started to run. Bunny fell over backward

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The Outdoor GirlsIn A Motor Car


"If you weren't afraid to go with Betty in her motor boat, I don't see why you shoul

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BUNNY BROWN AND HIS SISTER SUEAnd Their Shetland Pony


"Not this time," said Bunker Blue. "Your father sent me up, Bunny, to get the big au

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TOM SLADE'S DOUBLE DARE


If it were not for the very remarkable part played by the scouts in this strange bus

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The Outdoor Girls In a Winter Camp


"Yes, you did!" declared the cold one. "You and Bet were in such a rush I didn't hav

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SIX LITTLE BUNKERSAT AUNT JO'S


"Where are you going to run to?" asked Vi, or Violet, which was her right name, thou

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THE OUTDOOR CHUMS AT CABIN POINT


When Jerry Wallington gave expression to his gratitude after this fashion, two of hi

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Roy Blakely


This story is all about a hike. It starts on Bridge Street and ends on Bridge Street

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SIX LITTLE BUNKERSAT COWBOY JACK'S


And perhaps it was, even if Rose had the equinox and the equinoctial storms a little

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ETHEL MORTON'S HOLIDAYS


"Not much. Helen and Ethel Brown are the decoration committee and I'm the jack-o'-la

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The Moving Picture Girls at Oak Farm


These were only a few of the expressions that came from a motley assemblage of perso

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The Rover Boys in the Air


This line was started thirteen years ago by the publication of the first three volume

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The Tale of Mrs. Ladybug


Little Mrs. Ladybug was a worker. Nobody could deny that. To be sure, she had to st

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Bunny Brown and His Sister Sue at Aunt Lu's City Home


The two children, with their father and[4] mother, had come back, only the day befor

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Bunny Brown and His Sister Sue at Christmas Tree Cove


He was getting on the end of the seesaw, opposite that on which Sue had taken her pl

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Boy Scouts in the Philippines


"Aw, come on!" the boy urged, still standing in a safe place by the doorway. "It's h

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Frontier Boys in Frisco


This series tells the adventures of Jim, Joe, and Tom Darlington, first in their c

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Bunny Brown and His Sister Sue in the Sunny South


Bunny Brown and his sister Sue were in the backyard of their home, making a big man

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The Bobbsey Twins on Blueberry Island


A short time before, the Bobbsey twins had returned from the city of New York where

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JACK HARKAWAY'S BOY TINKER AMONG THE TURKS


"We have done no harm," he said; "we were simply cruising about when we saw murder

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The Outdoor Girls at Bluff Point


"Why, I'm just plain homesick," said Amy, adding quickly, as the girls looked at her

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Six Little Bunkers at Uncle Fred's


"And I want a ride, too!" exclaimed another girl, with curly hair of light color, an

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THE BOY SCOUTSON THE TRAIL


The speaker was Henri Martin, a French boy of the new type that has sprung up in Fra

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A Little Maid of Old Maine


“A Little Maid of Old Maine” is a true story of the brave effort of two girls to

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Overland Riders in the Great North Woods


Hippy turned to look at the owner of the voice, not certain that the question had be

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The Moving Picture Girls Snowbound


"Besides you know there are some new plans to be considered," went on Ruth. "Mr. Per

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The Moving Picture Girls in War Plays


"Everything! Good gracious, Ruth, how quickly you pack! Why, I've oceans and oceans

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The Moving Picture Girls at Rocky Ranch


Two girls were in a room about which were strewn many articles of feminine adornment

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Grace Harlowe's Overland Riders Among the Kentucky Mountaineers


Only one of the party remained on his mount. This one was Washington Washington, the

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The Boy Scouts'First Camp Fire


"That's why we kept on for an hour after noon," remarked the boy called Thad, and wh

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Grace Harlowe's Golden Summer


"Now, David, you know that I know that you don't know what I know. Therefore, if I k

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Grace Harlowe's Plebe Year at High School


"Her name is Pierson; that is all I know about her," replied Nora O'Malley, gazing a

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Grace Harlowe's Third Year at Overton College


It was a warm night in September. Miriam Nesbit and seven of the Eight Originals wer

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Grace Harlowe's Fourth Year at Overton College


sang Arline Thayer joyously as she rearranged her sofa pillows for the eighth time,

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The Wonder Island Boys: Exploring the Island


The journey into the forest. Restlessness of the yaks. The alarm. Wild animals. Geor

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The Wonder Island Boys: The Mysteries of the Caverns


The runaway team. Circumstances leading up to the present condition. The singular oc

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DOTTY DIMPLE


Dotty Dimple, otherwise Alice, thought[8] the fields looked like her Aunt Maria's gr

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Pluck on the Long Trail


Scouts in America have a high honor to maintain, for the American scout has always b

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A Campfire Girl's First Council Fire


As she worked, Bessie wondered why it was that she must always do the work about the

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THE TALE OFTIMOTHY TURTLE


All the wild folk knew this person by the name of Timothy Turtle. And if they didn'

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A Little Girl in Old Detroit


When La Motte Cadillac first sailed up the Strait of Detroit he kept his impressions

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A Little Girl in Old Salem


The Leveretts were at their breakfast in the large sunny room in Derby Street. It ha

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The Girl Scouts at Home


She lived in one of the most beautiful homes in Louisville, a city full of beautiful

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The Grammar SchoolBoys Snowbound


Hen Dutcher was a peculiar chap, at any rate. His worst fault, probably—but one th

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The Camp Fire Girls On the March


“Oh, what a glorious day!” cried Bessie King, the first of the members of the Ma

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CAMP FIRE GIRLS AT TWIN LAKES


A chorus of laughter, just a little derisive, greeted Katherine Crane’s enigmatica

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Ruth Fielding At the War Front


It seemed as though this day—and its apparent peace—must breed happiness, alth

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Mother West Wind's Children


Danny Meadow Mouse sat in his doorway and looked down the Lone Little Path across

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Prudy Keeping House


One of Mrs. Allen's bay windows stood open. Between the ivies, tuberoses, and lilies

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The Banner Boy Scouts on a Tour


While this volume is complete in itself, it forms a second link in the chain of book

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TOM SLADE WITH THE COLORS


The special scout meeting, called to make final preparations for the momentous morro

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THE BOY WITH THE U. S. FISHERIES


Treasure-ships, bearing richer cargoes than any galleons that crossed the Spanish Ma

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The Adventures of Jimmy Skunk


That is why so many people are forever getting into trouble. He won't keep still. No

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THE CORNER HOUSE GIRLS AT SCHOOL


When Sam Pinkney brought Billy Bumps over to the old Corner House, and tied him by t

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THE TALE OFMISS KITTY CAT


The rats and the mice thought that Miss Kitty Cat was a terrible person. She was al

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The Tale of Grandfather Mole


Those that were acquainted with him called him Grandfather Mole. And the reason why

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The Little Colonel: Maid of Honor


It was mid-afternoon by the old sun-dial that marked the hours in Warwick Hall garde

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MOTHER WEST WIND "HOW" STORIES


To the cause of conservation of wild life and to increase of love for our little fri

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The Tale of Bobby Bobolink


Perched upon a swaying last year's cattail, Mr. Red-winged Blackbird shook his head

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THE TALE OFDADDY LONGLEGS


Now, when they were puzzled like that the field- and forest-folk usually went strai

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FRED FENTON ON THE CREW


Usually he was a very good-natured sort of a chap, one of the "give-and-take" kind,

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THE TALE OF


The Tale of Cuffy BearThe Tale of Frisky SquirrelThe Tale of Tommy FoxThe Tale of Fat

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The Wonder Island Boys: Adventures on Strange Islands


A new series of books, each complete in itself, relating the remarkable experience

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The Wonder Island Boys: Treasures of the Island


A new series of books, each complete in itself, relating the remarkable experiences

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The Wonder Island Boys: Conquest of the Savages


Thrilling adventures by sea and land of two boys and an aged Professor who are cast

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The Saddle Boys in the Grand Canyon


Frank Haywood adjusted the glasses to his eye. Then, rising in his saddle, he gazed

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The Boy Scouts of Lenox


BOOKS FOR BOYSBy FRANK V. WEBSTER 12mo. Cloth. Illustrated. ONLY A FARM BOY TOM,

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THE TALE OF TURKEY PROUDFOOT


Now, there was truth in what everybody thought and said about this lordly person, T

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Mary Louise


The object of this little story is not especially to encourage loyalty and devotion

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THE ROVER BOYS AT COLBY HALL OR THE STRUGGLES OF THE YOUNG CADETS


As mentioned in several of the other volumes of the first series, this line was sta

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BOY SCOUTS IN MEXICO


Fremont was ostensibly in the employ of James Cameron, the wealthy speculator, but

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Motor Boat Boys Mississippi Cruise


"Nothing, Nick; only three boats would be better than two, and add to the fun of t

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THE ROVER BOYS ON A HUNT


As mentioned in some volumes of the first series, this line was started years ago wi

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MARJORIE DEAN


"All the help they ever gave us as freshmen can be told in two words: no help. Forge

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The Brighton Boys in the Radio Service


It was that old practice sentence of typists, which is as old as are typewriting mac

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THE RED CROSS GIRLS WITH THE RUSSIAN ARMY


But Eugenia went alone to dwell in a house in the woods because the cry of the child

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Peggy Stewart at School


The September morning was warmer and more enervating than September mornings in Mary

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The Boy with the U. S. Weather Men


The savage fury of the tempest and the burning splendor of the sun in all ages have

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THE ROVER BOYS ON THE FARM


It is a large number of volumes to write about one set of characters, isn't it? When

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MARY LOUISE


If you will refer to the time-table of the D. R. & G. Railway you will find that the

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ROLLO ON THE ATLANTIC.


BOSTON: PUBLISHED BY TAGGARD AND THOMPSON M DCCC LXIV. Entered, according to Act

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FRANK MERRIWELL'S CRUISE


A cab rattled up to the front of the American Hotel, on Hanover Street, Boston, and

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The Grammar School Boys of Gridley


"Too bad!" murmured Old Dut. "And just after we had all been enlivened by the hope o

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ROLLO IN SWITZERLAND,


Before commencing the narrative of the adventures which he met with, it is necessary

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Frank Merriwell Down South


"You are wrong," he asserted, in a voice that seemed to have gained strength for the

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Dave Darrin on Mediterranean Service


"Just let Mr. Green Hat start something," chuckled Ensign Dalzell in an undertone. "

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Rollo on the Rhine


BOSTON: PUBLISHED BY TAGGARD AND THOMPSON M DCCC LXIV. Entered, according to Act o

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Mary Louise and Josie O'Gorman


Mary Louise had stood the test of being rich and beloved, and envied by all the daugh

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THE ROVER BOYS ON TREASURE ISLE


This line of books was started some ten years ago with the publication of the first

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FRANK MERRIWELL'S BRAVERY


As readers of former books in this series know, Frank was not making the tour alone.

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BOY SCOUTS IN MEXICO


Fremont was ostensibly in the employ of James Cameron, the wealthy speculator, but

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TOM SWIFT AND HIS MOTOR-BOAT


"That's where it belongs. It's the property of Mr. Bently Hastings. The thieves s

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The Motor Maids at Sunrise Camp


“It will be restful, indeed it will, dear cousin, once you are used to the life, a

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The Moving Picture Boys on the Coast


“Work hard? I should say I have,” answered Hank Selby. “Why, the time those In

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Fred Fenton on the Track


Fred had himself occasion to know what it meant to lie awake nights, and wonder if f

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Billie Bradley at Three Towers Hall


CHAPTER I Almost a FortuneCHAPTER II The WreckCHAPTER III Recovered TreasureCHAPTER

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The Torch Bearer


“The daily life of the city boys from whom the scouts are recruited is related, an

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ROLLO IN LONDON


While Mr. George was saying these words Rollo had been standing on the step of the r

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THE GIRL SCOUTS' GOOD TURN


It was the first Saturday of the regular fall term at Miss Allen's Boarding School.

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ROLLO IN NAPLES,


If ever you make a journey into Italy, there is one thing that you will like very mu

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Mary Louise Solves a Mystery


A little girl sat shivering in a corner of a reception room in the fashionable Hotel Voltaire

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THE TALE OF BENNY BADGER


If anyone had asked them, those little wild people would no doubt have confessed th

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THE TALE OF FERDINAND FROG


There was something about Ferdinand Frog that made everybody smile. It may have bee

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THE TALE OF SNOWBALL LAMB


Farmer Green couldn't help laughing.[9] And then, noticing a very disappointed look

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THE TALE OF KIDDIE KATYDID


Each night the Katydids' rasping chant was repeated again and again: Katy did, Katy

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NAN SHERWOOD AT PALM BEACH


BOOKS FOR GIRLS BY ANNIE ROE CARR THE NAN SHERWOOD SERIES NAN SHERWOOD AT PINE CA

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LITTLE PRUDY


At the very first of our story, Susy was more than six years old, and Prudy was[6] b

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THE TALE OF GRUNTY PIG


He was the smallest of seven children. At first his mother thought she would call hi

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HILDEGARDE'S HOLIDAY


In a small waiting-room at Blank Hospital a girl was walking up and down, with quick

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THE TALE OF GRUMPY WEASEL


Naturally it did not please old Mr. Crow when Solomon Owl went out of his way[Pg 2]

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ROLLO’S EXPERIMENTS.


One day, when Rollo was about seven years old, he was sitting upon the steps of the

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ROLLO IN SCOTLAND,


On the way from Liverpool to Glasgow, Rollo became acquainted with a boy named Waldr

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ROLLO'SPHILOSOPHY.[AIR.]


The main design in view, in the discussions which are offered to the juvenile world,

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THE ADVENTURES OF DANNY MEADOW MOUSE


DANNY MEADOW MOUSE sat on his door-step with his chin in his hands, and it was very

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ROLLO IN GENEVA,


Geneva is situated upon the confines of France, Switzerland, and Sardinia, at the ou

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DOTTY DIMPLE AT HOME.


Now I have never told you how peculiarly trying it was to live with Dotty Dimple. Sh

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POLLY AND ELEANOR


Six intensely interested individuals sat about the supper-table in the living room at Pebbly

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Six intensely interested individuals sat about the supper-table in the living room at Pebblythe ad

PRINCESS POLLY AT PLAY


It was true that Avondale was a charming place in which to live, and there were plea

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FRONTIER BOYS ON THE COAST


In a brief time the two men were snoring loudly, while old Pete sat smoking his pipe

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The CURLYTOPS ON STAR ISLAND


"Oh, yes, there are lots of new ways. I haven't begun to think of them yet," said[6]

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PECK’S BAD BOY AND HIS PA.


CHAPTER I. THE BOY WITH A LAME BACK—THE BOY COULDN’T SIT DOWN

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THE GROCERY MAN AND PECK’S BAD BOY.


CHAPTER I. VARIEGATED DOGS—THE BAD BOY SLEEPS ON THE ROOF—A M

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PECK’S BAD BOY ABROAD


The bad boy had been away to school, but the illness of his father had

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PECK’S UNCLE IKE AND THE RED HEADED BOY


The boy who is not so awfully good, along at first, but just good enough;

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PECK’S SUNSHINE


Gentlemen of the Jury: I stand before you charged with an attempt to �

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HOW PRIVATE GEORGE W. PECK PUT DOWN THE REBELLION


For the last year or more I have been reading the articles in the Century

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THE RANGER BOYS AND THE BORDER SMUGGLERS


Last, but by no means least, is Dick Wallace, the ward of Garry's father. Dick is th

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The Adventures of DANNY MEADOW MOUSE


Danny Meadow Mouse sat on his doorstep with his chin in his hands, and it was very

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ROLLO’S MUSEUM.


It happened one summer, when Rollo was between seven and eight years of age, that th

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Polly's Business Venture


Five girls were promenading the deck of one of our great Atlantic liners, on the las

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Boy Scouts in the North Sea


To those of our readers who have followed the adventures of this group of boys as re

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The Girl Scouts in Beechwood Forest


Within the radius of the firelight a girl leaned forward, her eyes fastened upon a

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The Automobile Girls in the Berkshires


“Well, what if we are!” laughed Mollie, leaning over to add a cluster of wild as

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The Tale of Rusty Wren


Rusty’s wife agreed with him on that point. But she still insisted that she wante

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Patty's Social Season


“‘And the stars are old, And the leaves of the judgment book unfold,’” chant

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The Radio Boys Trailing a Voice


Of these one of the most important, which by the way is dealt with to a large extent

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Patty's Summer Days


“Joking aside,” said Patty, “honestly, Nan, I am perfectly delighted that the

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Patty's Success


It surely was, and though the last quarter hour of waiting seemed longer than all th

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NAN SHERWOOD AT PINE CAMP


Chapter I. THE YELLOW POSTER Chapter II. THE CO

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FIVE LITTLE PEPPERS AND HOW THEY GREW


The little old kitchen had quieted down from the bustle and confusion of

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Tom Swift and His Airship


Tom Swift, the young inventor, whose acquaintance some of you have previously made

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THE BELGIAN TWINS


In this sad hour of the world's history, when so many homes have been broken up, a

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Tom Swift in the Caves of Ice


"Why, you wouldn't be anywhere if you didn't go, of course," and Tom laughed. "But I

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THE ESKIMO TWINS


When Kesshoo came near, the bear gave a great roar, and started for him. The brave

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TOM SWIFT AND HIS ELECTRIC RIFLE


“Well, not exactly new. You’ve seen it before, but not since I’ve improved it.

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THE DUTCH TWINS


Now it takes a long time to grow four and a half feet of Boy and Girl. You know, c

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THE SCOTCH TWINS


If you had peeped in at the window of a little gray house on a heathery hillside i

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THE FRENCH TWINS


The streets below were already in shadow, but the sunshine still poured through th

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Tom Swift in Captivity


I A Strange RequestII The Circus ManIII Tom Will GoIV "Look Out for my Riva

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Tom Swift and His Great Searchlight


I A Scrap of PaperII A Spy In TownIII Queer RepairsIV Searching For Smuggle

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Tom Swift In The City Of Gold or Marvelous Adventures Underground by Victor Appleton


I Wonderful NewsII An Unsuspected ListenerIII Andy Is WhitewashedIV A Peril

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Grace Harlowe's Senior Year at High School


It was a sunny afternoon in early October, and Grace Harlowe with her three chums, A

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Ruth Fielding of the Red Mill


This had been a very long journey for the girl, but Ruth knew that it would soon c

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The Outdoor Girls at Rainbow Lake


"I don't see it," she said in gentle tones— everything Amy did was gentle, and he

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The Outdoor Girls at Wild Rose Lodge


"It's all right for you to talk about patience, Amy," retorted Mollie, throttling

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TOM SWIFT IN THE LAND OF WONDERS


1 TOM SWIFT AND HIS MOTOR CYCLE 2 TOM SWIFT AND HIS MOTOR BOAT 3 TOM SWIFT AND HI

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The Rover Boys In Business


As I have mentioned in several other volumes, this series was started a number of

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The Rover Boys In New York


As I have mentioned several times, in other volumes, this line was started with th

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THE ADVENTURES OF JERRY MUSKRAT


What was it Mother Muskrat had said about Farmer Brown’s boy and his traps?

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THE ADVENTURES OF JOHNNY CHUCK


All the Green Meadows and all the Green Forest had heard the news. Peter

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THE ADVENTURES OF POOR MRS. QUACK


It means more knowledge. You cannot meet any one without learning some

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PECK’S BAD BOY WITH THE COWBOYS


Author of Peck’s Bad Boy Abroad, Peck’s Bad Boy with the Circus, etc.

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Tom Slade


It happened in Barrel Alley, and it was Tom Slade, as usual, who did it. Picking a b

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THE CURLYTOPS AT UNCLE FRANK'S RANCH


I TROUBLE'S TUMBLE II NICKNACK AND TROUBLE III OFF FOR THE W

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BETTY GORDON IN WASHINGTON


I THE GORED COW II HOSPITALITY UNDER DIFFICULTIES III

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Grace Harlowe's Second Year at Overton College


"Oh, there goes Grace Harlowe! Grace! Grace! Wait a minute!" A curly-haired little g

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The Camp Fire Girls Go Motoring


It is at Nyoda's bidding that I am writing the story of our automobile trip last S

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THE BOYS OF COLUMBIA HIGH ON THE GRIDIRON


I. OUT FOR PRACTICE II. ON THE ROAD TO TOWN III. THE STRANGE HISTORY OF

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THE BOY AVIATORS IN AFRICA


I A REUNION II THE STOLEN IVORY III THE DARK CON

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THE BOBBSEY TWINS IN THE COUNTRY


Freddie and Flossie were the younger of the two pairs of twins that belonged to th

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JACK HARKAWAY AND HIS SON'S ESCAPE FROM THE BRIGANDS OF GREECE.


"How very silly of me to leave the door unlocked," she said to herself. "Poor litt

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The Bobbsey Twins at School


"I'd rather be back at the seashore," said Bert, not turning his gaze from the win

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THE ADVENTURES OF JOEL PEPPER


"Joel Pepper!" cried Polly, in a tone that brought him bolt upright, his round face

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Dorothy Dainty at Glenmore


Yet it was true, and not a dream that Mr. Dainty was to be away from home for some m

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THE YOUNG ENGINEERS IN ARIZONA


I’ll wager you ten dollars that my fly gets off the mirror before yours does.

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The Outdoor Girls at Wild Rose Lodge


"It's all right for you to talk about patience, Amy," retorted Mollie, throttling he

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THE CAMP FIRE GIRLS AT SUNRISE HILL


I. THE VOICE II. "METHINKS YOU ARE MY GLASS" III. "WORK, HEALTH AND LOVE" IV.

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THE LITTLE COLONEL


"'CAUSE I'M SO MUCH LIKE YOU,' WAS THE STARTLING ANSWER"."THE SAME T

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TOM SWIFT AND HIS SUBMARINE BOAT


"Of course! To be sure!" exclaimed Mr. Barton Swift, the well-known inventor, as h

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TOM SWIFT AND HIS ELECTRIC RUNABOUT


"Well, I see by this paper that the Touring Club of America has offered three thou

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TOM SWIFT AND HIS SKY RACER


"Oh, yes, I remember now," and the young inventor smiled pleasantly as he opened w

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TOM SWIFT AND HIS AIR GLIDER


"I am not!" indignantly exclaimed the other lad, with a look at the young inventor

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TOM SWIFT AND HIS BIG TUNNEL


"Hello there!" he cried. "Don't break the door, Koku!" and then he laughed. "No on

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TOM SWIFT AND HIS WAR TANK


"Talking to yourself, Tom. And when you do that it means there is something in the

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PEE-WEE HARRIS


PEE-WEE HARRIS, mascot of the Raven Patrol, First Bridgeboro Troop, sat

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Grace Harlowe's Return to Overton Campus


A long shrill whistle, a creaking and groaning of protesting iron wheels, the stento

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