Betty Gordon In The Land Of Oil The Farm That Was Worth A Fortune (Betty Gordon #3)
Excerpt: ...be people as a matter of course. They might have gone away to spend the day. "I'll take Clover out to the barn and give her a drink of water," decided Betty. "No one would mind that. Grandma Watterby says a farmer's barn is always open to his neighbor's stock." Pg 105 So, Clover's bridle over her arm, Betty proceeded out to the barnyard. "Why
Paperback, 46 pages
Published August 23rd 2012 by Rarebooksclub.com
(first published 1920)
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Alice B. Emerson was a pseudonym used by the Stratemeyer Syndicate for the Betty Gordon and Ruth Fielding series of children's novels. The writers taking up the pen of Alice B. Emerson were: Josephine Lawrence (Betty Gorson series #1-4, 7, 9), W. Bert Foster (Ruth Fielding series #1-19, Betty Gordon series #5,6), Elizabeth M. Duffield Ward (Ruth Fielding series #20-22, Betty Gordon series #8), Eun...moreMore about Alice B. Emerson...