|"Since the enormous success
of our "Motor Boys Series," by Clarence Young, we have been asked
to get out a similar series for girls. No one is better equipped to furnish
these tales than Mrs. Penrose, who, besides being an able writer, is an
Originally published by Cupples
& Leon, reprinted by Goldsmith and Donohue.
- THE MOTOR GIRLS; or, A Mystery of the Road -- "When
Cora Kimball got her touring car she did not imagine so many adventures
were in store for her. During a trip from one city to another a rich
young man lost a pocketbook containing valuable stocks and much cash.
Later, to the surprise of everybody, the empty pocketbook was found in
the toolbox of Cora's automobile. A fine tale that all wide-awake girls
will appreciate." -- 1910. Cupples & Leon, Goldsmith. Read
- THE MOTOR GIRLS ON A TOUR; or, Keeping a Strange Promise -- "A
great many things happen in this volume, starting with the running over
of a hamper of good things lying in the road. A precious heirloom is
missing, and how it was traced up is told with absorbing interest. Mrs.
Penrose's books are as safe as they are interesting and should be on the
bookshelf of every girl in the land." -- 1910. Cupples & Leon; Goldsmith. Read
- THE MOTOR GIRLS AT LOOKOUT BEACH; or, in Quest of the
Runaways -- 1911. Cupples & Leon; Goldsmith.
- THE MOTOR GIRLS THROUGH NEW ENGLAND; or, Held By Gypsies --
1911. Cupples & Leon; Goldsmith.
- THE MOTOR GIRLS ON CEDAR LAKE; or, The Hermit of Fern Island --
1912. Cupples & Leon.
- THE MOTOR GIRLS ON THE COAST; or, The Waif from the Sea --
1913. Cupples & Leon; Goldsmith.
- THE MOTOR GIRLS ON CRYSTAL BAY; or, The Secret of the Red Oar
-- 1914. Cupples & Leon; Goldsmith.
- THE MOTOR GIRLS ON WATERS BLUE; or, The Strange Cruise of the
Tartar -- 1915. Cupples & Leon; Goldsmith.
- THE MOTOR GIRLS AT CAMP SURPRISE; or, The Cave in the Mountains
-- 1916. Cupples & Leon; Donohue; Goldsmith.
- THE MOTOR GIRLS IN THE MOUNTAINS; or, The Gypsy Girl's Secret --
"On a camping trip to the Adirondacks, the Motor Girls become
involved in a mystery involving a Gypsy girl and a stolen purse."
-- 1917. Cupples & Leon; Donohue; Goldsmith.