Amy Bell Marlowe Complete Works - Wyn's Camping Days A Little Miss Nobody The Girls of Hillcrest Farm The Girl from Sunset Ranch Frances of the Ranges

Amy Bell Marlowe Complete Works - Wyn's Camping Days A Little Miss Nobody The Girls of Hillcrest Farm The Girl from Sunset Ranch Frances of the Ranges

by Amy Bell Marlowe

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Contents
Wyn's Camping Days (1914)
A Little Miss Nobody (1914)
The Girls of Hillcrest Farm (1914)
The Girl from Sunset Ranch (1914)
Frances of the Ranges (1915)

Wyn's Camping Days (1914)
Wynifred Mallory was delighted to learn that the Go-Ahead Club would be allowed to camp at Lake Honotonka. Soon they set off, with their boy friends to keep them company in another camp not far away. Those boys played numerous tricks on the girls, and the girls retaliated, you may be sure. And then Wyn did a strange girl a favor, and learned how some ancient statues of rare value had been lost in the lake, and how the girl's father was accused of stealing them.

A Little Miss Nobody (1914)
A tale that tells of a school girl who was literally a nobody until she solved the mystery of her identity. The book tells much about boarding school life, of study and fun mixed, and of a great race on skates. Nancy made some friends as well as enemies,and on more than one occasion proved that she was "true blue" in the bestmeaning of that term.

The Girls of Hillcrest Farm (1914)
The father of the two girls was broken down in health and a physician had recommended that he go to the country, where he could get plenty of fresh air and sunshine. An aunt owned an abandoned farm and she said the family could live on this and use the place as they pleased. There was a mystery about the old farm, and a mystery concerning one of the boarders, and how the girls got to the bottom of affairs is told in detail.

The Girl from Sunset Ranch (1914) Helen was very thoughtful as she rode along the trail from Sunset Ranch to the View. She had lost her father but a month before, and he had passed away with a stain on his name--a stain of many years' standing, as the girl had just found out."I am going to New York and I am going to clear his name!" she resolved, and just then she saw a young man dashing along, close to the edge of a cliff. Over he went, and Helen, with no thought of the danger to herself, went to the rescue.Then the brave Western girl found herself set down at the Grand Central Terminal in New York City. She knew not which way to go or what to do. Her relatives, who thought she was poor and ignorant, had refused to even meet her. She had to fight her way along from the start, and how she did this, and won out, is well related in "The Girl from Sunset Ranch; Or, Alone in a Great City." This is one of the finest of Amy Bell Marlowe's books, with its true-to-life scenes of the plains and mountains, and of the great metropolis. Helen is a girl all readers will love from the start.

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BN ID: 2940149875436
Publisher: ANEBook Publishing
Publication date: 12/08/2014
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