Aunt Jane's Nieces on Vacation


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Written by Edith Van Dyne (pseudonym of L. Frank Baum)

(1912)

Distinctly girls' books and yet stories that will appeal to brother as well—and to older folk. Real and vital—rousing stories of the experiences and exploits of three real girls who do things. Without being sensational, Mrs. Van Dyne has succeeded in writing a series of stories that have the tug and stir of fresh young blood in them. Each story is complete in itself.



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