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Ruth Fielding on the St. Lawrence; Or, the Queer Old Man of the Thousand Islands (Dodo Press) epub

by Alice B. Emerson


Ruth Fielding on the St. Lawrence; Or, the Queer Old Man of the Thousand Islands (Dodo Press) epub

ISBN: 1409954706

ISBN13: 978-1409954705

Author: Alice B. Emerson

Category: Literature and Fiction

Subcategory: Classics

Language: English

Publisher: Dodo Press (December 26, 2008)

Pages: 164 pages

ePUB book: 1587 kb

FB2 book: 1752 kb

Rating: 4.4

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Many other summer residents of the Thousand Islands besides the Copleyshad now arrived, and the . Two or three men asked her to dance, but she pleaded fatigue andcontinued to walk about the edge of the ballroom

Many other summer residents of the Thousand Islands besides the Copleyshad now arrived, and the gaiety of the season was at its height. Therewas one very large hotel at Alexandria Bay, and it was planned to use itsballroom for a "big war dance," to quote Helen. It was to be a costumedance, and everybody that appeared on the floor must be dressed in Indiancostume. Two or three men asked her to dance, but she pleaded fatigue andcontinued to walk about the edge of the ballroom. Finally, in an alcove,sitting at an empty table, and with no companion, she spied the recreantTom.

Ruth gathered her necessary books and script; andlikewise got Wonota She was looking at the island on which Ruthhad had her adventure with the King of the Pipes.

Ruth gathered her necessary books and script; andlikewise got Wonota. Then they boarded the launch and Willie took them upthe river to a tiny islet not far from the Kingdom of Pipes, after all. "I don't see anybody moving over there," Helen remarked, as Willie landedthem at the islet selected. She was looking at the island on which Ruthhad had her adventure with the King of the Pipes. It looks desertedenough. We might have gone there just as well as no. "I feel as well satisfied to keep away from that queer old fellow," herchum said.

The queer old man ofthe thousand islands. Ruth fielding of the red millruth fielding at briarwood hallruth fielding at snow campruth fielding at lighthouse pointruth fielding at silver ranchruth fielding on cliff islandruth fielding at sunrise farmruth fielding and the gypsiesruth fielding in moving picturesruth fielding down in dixieruth fielding at collegeruth fielding in the saddleruth fielding in the red crossruth fielding at the war frontruth fielding homeward boundruth fielding.

Meanwhile, Ruth and Chess continue their friendship and investigate odd happenings at one of the islands. The two friends find themselves in a dangerous predicament as a result of their investigation and must use all of their wits to outsmart the villains. Well, one of the two for 1921 isn't bad. Whichever Alice B. Emerson is writing this volume also makes a genuine attempt to tackle PTSD with Tom and his friend Chesleigh, both of whom are at loose ends now that the war is over.

The groom’s French uniform, and even the olive gray of the best man and two or three other men in the party at the altar, had lent their touch of color to the picture

The groom’s French uniform, and even the olive gray of the best man and two or three other men in the party at the altar, had lent their touch of color to the picture. But it was the bride’s attendants, however, that made the party so well worth looking at-especially to the greater number of young women and girls in the pews. Jennie Stone was a popular girl, and had friends galore.

Ruth Fielding at the War Front, or, The Hunt for the Lost Soldier.

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The Ruth Fielding books were an early Stratemeyer Syndicate series, published between 1913 and 1934 under the pseudonym Alice B. Emerson. Ruth Fielding begins the series as an orphan who comes to live with her miserly uncle and, in later titles, goes from boarding school to college and on into adulthood. Unusually, for a main character in a Stratemeyer Syndicate series, Ruth Fielding marries.

Ruth Fielding on Cliff Island; Or, The Old Hunter's Treasure Bo. Ruth Fielding In the Saddle; Or, College Girls in the Land of Gold.

Ruth Fielding on Cliff Island; Or, The Old Hunter's Treasure Box. By Alice B. Betty Gordon at Mountain Camp; Or, The Mystery of Ida Bellethorne. Ruth Fielding at Lighthouse Point; or, Nita, the Girl Castaway. Ruth Fielding In the Red Cross; Or, Doing Her Best For Uncle Sam. Betty Gordon in the Land of Oil; Or, The Farm That Was Worth a Fortune.

Alice B. Emerson was a house pseudonym used in the early twentieth century by the Stratemeyer Syndicate to publish two series of books for girls featuring the heroines Ruth Fielding and Betty Gordon. Titles published include: Ruth Fielding of the Red Mill (1913), Ruth Fielding at Briarwood Hall (1914), Ruth Fielding at Snow Camp (1914), Ruth Fielding at Lighthouse Point (1914), Ruth Fielding at Silver Ranch (1914), Ruth Fielding at Sunrise Farm (1914), Ruth Fielding and the Gypsies (1915), Ruth Fielding on Cliff Island (1915), Ruth Fielding in Moving Pictures (1916), Betty Gordon at Bramble Farm (1920), Betty Gordon in Washington (1920), Betty Gordon in the Land of Oil (1920), Ruth Fielding in the Great Northwest (1921), Betty Gordon at Boarding School (1921) and Betty Gordon at Mountain Camp (1922).