Juvenile Fiction

The Airplane Boys series by E. J. Crane (originally published in the 1930s) is a new series of hair-raising sky adventures. The dare-devil younger generation of this day and age, going through stunts, flying day and night, having their own fun and at the same time helping others. The technical end of aviation is also brought in, and the humorous situations keep the reader amused constantly.
The Airplane Boys series by E. J. Crane (originally published in the 1930s) is a new series of hair-raising sky adventures. The dare-devil younger generation of this day and age, going through stunts, flying day and night, having their own fun and at the same time helping others. The technical end of aviation is also brought in, and the humorous situations keep the reader amused constantly.
The Airplane Boys series by E. J. Crane (originally published in the 1930s) is a new series of hair-raising sky adventures. The dare-devil younger generation of this day and age, going through stunts, flying day and night, having their own fun and at the same time helping others. The technical end of aviation is also brought in, and the humorous situations keep the reader amused constantly.
The Airplane Boys series by E. J. Crane (originally published in the 1930s) is a new series of hair-raising sky adventures. The dare-devil younger generation of this day and age, going through stunts, flying day and night, having their own fun and at the same time helping others. The technical end of aviation is also brought in, and the humorous situations keep the reader amused constantly.
The Airplane Boys series by E. J. Crane (originally published in the 1930s) is a new series of hair-raising sky adventures. The dare-devil younger generation of this day and age, going through stunts, flying day and night, having their own fun and at the same time helping others. The technical end of aviation is also brought in, and the humorous situations keep the reader amused constantly.
The Airplane Boys series by E. J. Crane (originally published in the 1930s) is a new series of hair-raising sky adventures. The dare-devil younger generation of this day and age, going through stunts, flying day and night, having their own fun and at the same time helping others. The technical end of aviation is also brought in, and the humorous situations keep the reader amused constantly.
Written in the early 1900s, by Edward Stratemeyer (of Hardy Boys fame) underthe pseudonym Captain Ralph Bonehill, the three titles provide good, clean, and respectful fun.
The Boy Hunter Series takes its heroes through various adventures searching for big and little game in the woods and the mountains. Written in the early 1900s, most likely by Edward Stratemeyer ( of Hardy Boys fame) under the pseudonym Captain Ralph Bonehill., the title provide good, clean, and respectful fun and adventure.
The series concentrates on the efforts of the girls and women who, like their male counterparts, have obtained wonderful results in the air.
A new series of books about girl aviators and their marvelous accomplishments in the air. Roberta Langwell is a heroine of modern times. She wins a plane by means of her remarkable air feats, and keeps the reader tense with excitement from cover to cover.The series concentrates on the efforts of the girls and women who, like their male counterparts, have obtained wonderful results in the air
A new series of books about girl aviators and their marvelous accomplishments in the air. Roberta Langwell is a heroine of modern times. She wins a plane by means of her remarkable air feats, and keeps the reader tense with excitement from cover to cover.The series concentrates on the efforts of the girls and women who, like their male counterparts, have obtained wonderful results in the air.
On their summer vacation, the boys travel to the Windy Mountains to hunt and fish. To help Shep's father, the boys agree to take pictures of "real" hunting and fishing scenes, which will require daring and risk. They are attacked by wildcats and deal with foxes. Mysteriously, some of their belongings disappear and they know their task is in jeopardy.
A new series of books about girl aviators and their marvelous accomplishments in the air. Roberta Langwell is a heroine of modern times. She wins a plane by means of her remarkable air feats, and keeps the reader tense with excitement from cover to cover.The series concentrates on the efforts of the girls and women who, like their male counterparts, have obtained wonderful results in the air.