- Series: Aunt Claire Presents
- Hardcover: 240 pages
- Publisher: Laboratory Books (May 15, 2018)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1946053074
- ISBN-13: 978-1946053077
- Product Dimensions: 5.8 x 1 x 8.5 inches
- Shipping Weight: 13.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
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- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #4,557,062 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Grace Harlowe's Sophomore Year at High School: or, The Record of the Girl Chums in Work and Athletics (Aunt Claire Presents) Hardcover – May 15, 2018
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Praise for Aunt Claire Presents
"If you know of any girls who like to read, and to whom you would like to introduce the old-time series books that so many of us enjoy, I would gladly suggest that you consider these modern reprints. And, in fact, you might want to buy a second set for yourself."
"I've found that vintage series books are an excellent alternative to modern children's books. These wholesome series books are filled with excitement and adventure—my kids genuinely love them!"
—Judy Hoch, contentedathome.com
"If you're looking for a strong female role model with a strong dose of history, Aunt Claire Presents, published by Laboratory Books, is just what you need!"
"I love the look of the books. The cover art is a great combination of old-world charm mixed with modern colors and design. What is even better to me is that if you remove the dust jacket, you can see the vintage cover hidden underneath. . . . These would make great Christmas gifts for your middle-grade, adventure-loving daughters."
—Betsy Strauss, familystyleschooling.com
"These books lend themselves very well to use as history supplements. . . . Of great value in these books is the section at the beginning entitled 'A Note from Aunt Claire' which provides excellent background information for the stories."
—Sallie Borrink, sallieborrink.com
"With so much of the middle-grade fiction published today full of themes entirely inappropriate for a sensitive six-year-old, books for an accelerated reader can be incredibly hard to find. . . . I'm so thankful for throwback chapter books, like these 1910 novels re-released under the series name Aunt Claire Presents, published by Laboratory Books. These books are big on adventure, but nil on romance—so perfect for my tiny, voracious reader."
—Gina Munsey, oaxacaborn.com
Rating: 9 diamond butterfly pendants out of 10 for bringing back a classic tale and introducing it to a whole new generation of readers!
—Reading Is Fun, Not Mental, reviewing The Automobile Girls at Newport
About the Author
Aunt Claire spends much of her time in other people's cellars and attics, searching for stories (and gold). Of course, it's really the other way around: if you know where to look, the right kinds of stories have a way of finding you. The ones she encounters most often are about friends, and quests, and friends who go on quests. Sometimes, when she's read all she can read for the day, you might find her on a hillside, considering a theory she's heard that clouds are just another type of sheep. If you've heard this theory too, stop by sometime. And you'd better bring your good hiking boots―those ones without the holes―just in case. You never know when you'll wander into an adventure.
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