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Girls in Bookland

Girls in Bookland by Hildegarde Hawthorne (1871–1952). She was a U.S. poet and author, and was the grandaughter of Nathaniel Hawthorne.

Illustrated by John Wolcott Adams: an American draftsman and illustrator, 1874-1925.

Published by George H. Doran, 1917. Hardback first edition, no dustjacket.

Rose and Ruth visit their heroes from favourite books, including Alice and her friends in the chapter A Looking Glass Visit. There’s a nice picture of them all: see below or via the online link.

The full contents:

How it began to open.–The winner of the torch race.–An adventure with Little women.–A looking glass visit.–A tournament and a rescue with Rowena.–Afternoon tea in Cranford. A letter from Lorna.–Little Maid Marion.–The adventure in Guinevere’s castle.–In the Hielands with Di Vernon.–A summer day with Ramona.–Romola and the Florentine boy.–Little Nell and the bun-shop.–Evangeline and the big bear.–The little Quaker-city maid

Available to read on-line.


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