The day of days had come at last: Dorothy would be the Daughter of the Regiment. "Lucky you don't have to curl your hair, Doro, for the fog is like rain, and that's the worst kind for made curls," said Tavia. "Oh, I do hope it is not going to rain!" "No, it surely won't. But come, don't let's be late." "There's heaps of time, Tavia. Oh, just see Briggs' new flag! Isn't it glorious?" cried Dorothy Dale. "Not half as glorious as your old Betsy Ross. I'd be too proud to march if I had a real, truly Betsy. I think, anyway, it's prettier with the star of stars than with the regular daisy field of them," and Tavia tied her scarf just once more, that being the fourth time she had smoothed it out and knotted it over.
Immerse yourself in a more innocent time in this enchanting tale about a sweet little girl named Dorothy. In spite of her guileless and kind demeanor, Dorothy often finds herself at the center of controversy and scuttlebutt. In this, the first volume of the beloved Dorothy Dale series, Dorothy and her best pal Tavia take on grumpy teachers, ailing parents, and other challenges of daily life.
In this volume of the popular Dorothy Dale series, Dorothy and her beloved pal Tavia have completed their first term at a new boarding school. But instead of being able to enjoy her break with a carefree attitude, Dorothy's conscience is weighed down with private worry. Will she able to solve her problem and get on with her life before school begins again?
The Campfire Girls of Roselawn is a charming children's novel with a surprisingly modern message about the amazing feats girls can pull off if they set their minds to it. Out of school for the summer, chums Amy and Jessie become entranced with radios and spend most of their time fiddling with this new invention. When they hear a cry of distress over the wires, the pair become involved in a mystery. The Campfire Girls of Roselawn is a fun and fast read for young and old alike.
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 moral lessons with a heaping dose of action-adventure that will capture and keep the attention of even reluctant readers.