Betty Gordon In The Land Of Oil The Farm That Was Worth A Fortune
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Betty Gordon In The Land Of Oil The Farm That Was Worth A Fortune (Betty Gordon #3)

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Excerpt: 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
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Published August 23rd 2012 by (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...more
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