There is the high, happy spirit of youth in these
BOOKS FOR GIRLS
by JANE D. ABBOTT
Many available to read
in the Online Bookshelf
A boy flyer opened the Barberry Gate, closed since the day
great-grandfather Colfax locked it, and Winsome learned the romantic story
behind it all.
Sidney finds adventure in Provincetown -- she takes part in
the capture of modern pirates, and much to her surprise plays an
unexpected part in her sister's romance.
The charming story of a young girl, child of the circus, and
the adventures which led to her goal of happiness.
A school story of Jerry Travis and her chum Gyp Westley. A
thread of romance and mystery in Jerry's life runs through the tale.
How Keineth Randolph kept a secret -- a war secret -- for a
whole year makes one of the best stories ever written for girls.
In attempting to bring happiness into the lives of mill
workers, Robin Forsythe, heir to a fortune, has many strange adventures.
Twenty-three! The heyday of life. Jay, a small town girl,
finds happiness in New York.
Especially interesting to any Girl Scout because it is the
story of a Girl Scout who is poor and has to help her mother.
How an old family quarrel is healed through a
misunderstanding and an old homestead becomes a "happy house" in
How the "country cousin" wins the admiration of her
New York relatives and saves the day for them, in the end.
Harriet found a deep mystery at Aunt Martha's city home --
and she also found the road to her heart's desire.
MARTHA THE SEVENTH
Martha, with her freckled face and tip-tilted nose, is one of
Mrs. Abbott's most winning heroines.
GROSSET & DUNLAP : Publishers
: NEW YORK
Source: Advertisement in The Haunted Attic, Margaret Sutton,
Grosset & Dunlap, New York, 1932