1923. Illustrated. Another series from the author of Ruth Fielding,
this one featuring Betty Gordon. Alice B. Emerson is one of the
Stratemeyer Syndicate pen names. An advertisement claims that this
is a glorious outing that Betty and her chums never forgot. The
story begins: But nothing ever happens on this road, wailed Libbie.
We've tried it before and never saw even a rabbit or a chipmunk. We
just have to climb, and climb. That tells the story, laughed Bobby
Littell, her cousin, tossing her curls. It is the climb you object
to. Really, Libbie, you are getting too fat to move. I'm not
either, cried the plump and dreamy-eyed Libbie. It's horrid of you
to call me fat. I am just pleasingly plump. Oh Oh rallied the
curly-headed one; but before she could say more Betty Gordon, her
closet chum, who did not often disagree with Bobby, intervened:
Don't tease poor Libbie about her avoirdupois, Bobby. She cannot
really help it, you know. See other titles by this author available
from Kessinger Publishing.
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