THE ELIZABETH ANN SERIES
By Josephine Lawrence
"Elizabeth Ann is a little girl whom we first meet on a big train, travelling (sic) all alone. Her father and mother have sailed for Japan, and she is sent back East to visit at first one relative's home, and then another. Of course, she meets many new friends, some of whom she is quite happy with, while others -- but you must read the stories for yourself. Every other girl who reads the first of these charming books will want the rest; for Elizabeth Ann is certainly worth the cultivating."
-- Barse advertisement
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THE ADVENTURES OF ELIZABETH ANN -- illustrated by Thelma Gooch. 1923, Barse & Hopkins. Read it online!
ELIZABETH ANN AT MAPLE SPRING -- illustrated by Thelma Gooch. 1923, Barse & Hopkins.
ELIZABETH ANN'S SIX COUSINS -- 1924, Barse.
ELIZABETH ANN AND DORIS -- illustrated by John M. Foster. 1925, Barse & Hopkins.
ELIZABETH ANN'S BORROWED GRANDMA
ELIZABETH ANN'S SPRING VACATION -- illustrated by Mary M. Ludlum. 1927, Barse & Hopkins.
ELIZABETH ANN AND UNCLE DOCTOR -- illustrated by John M. Foster. 1928, Barse.
ELIZABETH ANN'S HOUSEBOAT -- illustrated by John M. Foster. 1929, Grosset & Dunlap.