The Go Ahead Boys and Simon's Mine eBook

This eBook from the Gutenberg Project consists of approximately 143 pages of information about The Go Ahead Boys and Simon's Mine.

1 LEFTY O’ THE BUSH.

2 LEFTY O’ THE BIG LEAGUE.

3 LEFTY O’ THE BLUE STOCKINGS.

4 LEFTY O’ THE TRAINING CAMP.

5 BRICK KING, BACKSTOP.

6 THE MAKING OF A BIG LEAGUER.

7 COURTNEY OF THE CENTER GARDEN.

8 COVERING THE LOOK-IN CORNER.

9 LEFTY LOCKE, PITCHER-MANAGER.

10 GUARDING THE KEYSTONE SACK.

=_Cloth, Large 12mo., Illustrated, Per vol. 75 cents_=

For sale at all bookstores or sent (postage paid) on receipt off price by the publishers.

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BARSE & HOPKINS

Publishers 28 West 23rd Street New York

BOOKS FOR BOYS

From eight to twelve years old

THE BOBBY BLAKE SERIES

BY FRANK A. WARNER

True stories of life at a modern American boarding school.  Bobby attends this institution of learning with his particular chum and the boys have no end of good times.  The tales of outdoor life, especially the exciting times they have when engaged in sports against rival schools, are written in a manner so true, so realistic, that the reader, too, is bound to share with these boys their thrills and pleasures.

1 BOBBY BLAKE AT ROCKLEDGE SCHOOL,
  Or, Winning the Medal of Honor.

2 BOBBY BLAKE AT BASS COVE,
  Or, The Hunt for the Motor Boat Gem.

3 BOBBY BLAKE ON A CRUISE,
  Or, The Castaways of Volcano Island.

4 BOBBY BLAKE AND HIS SCHOOL CHUMS,
  Or, The Rivals at Rockledge.

5 BOBBY BLAKE AT SNOWTOP CAMP,
  Or, Winter Holidays in the Big Woods.

6 BOBBY BLAKE ON THE SCHOOL NINE,
  Or, The Champions of the Monatook Lake League.

7 BOBBY BLAKE ON A RANCH,
  Or, The Secret of the Mountain Cave.

(Other volumes in preparation.)

=_Cloth, Large 12mo., Illustrated, Per vol. 75 cents_=

For sale at all bookstores or sent (postage paid) on receipt of price by the publishers.

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BARSE & HOPKINS

Publishers 28 West 23rd Street New York

STORIES FOR CHILDREN

(From four to nine years old)

THE KNEETIME ANIMAL STORIES

BY RICHARD BARNUM

[Illustration]

In all nursery literature animals have played a conspicuous part; and the reason is obvious for nothing entertains a child more than the antics of an animal.  These stories abound in amusing incidents such as children adore and the characters are so full of life, so appealing to a child’s imagination, that none will be satisfied until they have met all of their favorites—­Squinty, Slicko, Mappo, Tum Tum, etc.

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