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Published in 1907 by Lothrop, Lee & Shepard, "Dave Porter's Return to School" is the third volume in the "Dave Porter" Series. In this novel, the scene shifts back to Oak Hall, and Dave again becomes a student and the center of as interesting a group of schoolboys as it is possible to imagine. There is a strong plot, with plenty of fun, and not a few rivalries on the athletic field, and the whole volume has swing and dash; irresistible (http://seriesbooks.info/daveporter.htm).
About the Author
Edward Stratemeyer wrote more than 1,300 books himself, selling over 500 million copies. In addition to 10 Dave Porter books, Stratemeyer wrote seven series with mostly a military nature. He also created Nancy Drew, The Hardy Boys, The Rover Boys, The Dana Boys, Bomba the Jungle Boy, and Tom Swift. He wrote under seven pen names and employed a number of ghost writers for whom he wrote plot outlines. The "Stratemeyer Syndicate" was a large organization and controlled a number of publishers.