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Dorothy Dale's Queer Holidays

by Margaret Penrose

The Dorothy Dale series, published by the world-renowned Stratemeyer Syndicate under the pen name Margaret Penrose, was one of the first series marketed toward a young female audience. The series pairs strong...


Change in the Village

by George Sturt

Writer and tradesman George Sturt spent most of his life living and working in his ancestral village, Farnham, located in pastoral southeast England. With the advent of the twentieth century and its attendant...


Faces in the Fire: And Other Fancies

by Frank W. Boreham

Though Baptist preacher Frank W. Boreham was born and educated in England and first rose to prominence as a religious thinker there, he spent many of his later years working as a missionary in New Zealand, Tasmania,...


A Handful of Stars: Texts That Have Moved Great Minds

by Frank W. Boreham

Renowned Baptist preacher Frank W. Boreham was known for his unusual ability to spin moving religious lessons from the stuff of everyday life. In the unique collection A Handful of Stars, Boreham takes this...


Mushrooms on the Moor

by Frank W. Boreham

England-born preacher Frank W. Boreham became widely known as a Baptist thinker and evangelist over the course of his career in the church. He was lauded for his plainspoken and often humorous approach. This...


The Boy Scouts' Mountain Camp

by John Henry Goldfrap

Tag along with a group of intrepid Boy Scouts as they spend some quality time in the great outdoors. In addition to plenty of mountain vistas, fresh air, and wildlife sightings, the crew stumbles across a confounding...


The Boy Scouts at the Panama-Pacific Exposition

by Howard Payson

Before technologies like television and the Internet were invented, the public's best opportunity to take in the latest innovations and inventions was at expositions, which were large, fair-like shows that were...


A Mere Chance: A Novel

by Ada Cambridge

Shortly after getting married, English-born author Ada Cambridge set sail for Australia, where she would live for most of the rest of her life. The experience proved to be a formative one in terms of her literary...


Dora Thorne

by Charlotte M. Brame

Though acclaimed romance novelist Charlotte M. Brame penned hundreds of short stories and book-length tales over the course of her illustrious literary career, fans and critics alike regard Dora Thorne as her...


Wife in Name Only

by Charlotte M. Brame

Fans of historical romance will relish this juicy tale of kidnapping, mistaken identities, and revenge. It begins with an intriguing frame story set in the English countryside, then skips forward several decades...


Coralie

by Charlotte M. Brame

One of the most prolific romance writers of her era, Charlotte M. Brame produced hundreds of stories pertaining to love in all its many guises. "Coralie" highlights many of Brame's strengths as an author, including...


My Mother's Rival

by Charlotte M. Brame

Craving a juicy, multi-generational tale of romance, revenge, betrayal, and redemption? Dig into My Mother's Rival, a masterpiece of plotting and characterization written by Charlotte M. Brame, one of the most...


Love Works Wonders: A Novel

by Charlotte M. Brame

In nineteenth-century England, marriages were often carefully arranged affairs that sought to achieve multiple social, cultural and financial objectives. When the daughter of one aristocratic clan opts to marry...


A History of Salem Witchcraft: And Other Works

by Harriet Beecher Stowe

Harriet Beecher Stowe was an author and abolitionist who is best remembered as the creator of Uncle Tom's Cabin, a much-beloved novel that brought emotional resonance and depth to the debate over slavery. This...


Life and Times of David

by Charles Henry Mackintosh

A wise king and, by some accounts, a distant ancestor of Jesus, David is one of the most compelling figures depicted in the Bible. In this thoughtful and comprehensive volume, theologian Charles Henry Mackintosh...


The Gaunt Gray Wolf: A Tale of Adventure with Ungava Bob

by Dillon Wallace

In the early twentieth century, juvenile literature experienced a surge of popularity, and millions of young readers got into the habit of curling up with a good book for a bit of escapist fun. However, some...


The Adventure of Princess Sylvia

by Alice Muriel Williamson

Get set for a thrilling trip back in time with this charming historical romance from beloved author Alice Muriel Williamson. Packed with royal intrigue and court gamesmanship, the story follows the indomitable...


The Rival Submarines

by Percy F. Westerman

Renowned action-adventure author Percy F. Westerman gained his knowledge of nautical warfare the hard way -- through two stints of service in the Royal Navy. He later turned his experience on the high seas into...


The Submarine Hunters: A Story of the Naval Patrol Work in the Great War

by Percy F. Westerman

Get set for high seas adventure in this thrilling read from action-adventure master Percy F. Westerman. Full of realistic details gleaned from Westerman's own time in the Royal Navy, this classic World War I...


Wilmshurst of the Frontier Force

by Percy F. Westerman

In the early decades of the twentieth century, member of the Royal Navy and lifelong seaman Percy F. Westerman began writing juvenile action-adventure novels, drawing on his own experiences during World War...