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Aunt Jane's Nieces on Vacation

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Aunt Jane's Nieces on Vacation is a juvenile novel for girls, written by L. Frank Baum. It is the seventh in the ten volumes in the Aunt Jane's Nieces series, and carries forward the continuing story of the three cousins Lousie Merrick Weldon, Patsy Doyle, and Elizabeth De Graf. Like all the books in the series, it was issued under Baum's "Edith Van Dyne" pseudonym. (Summary adapted from Wikipedia) (5 hr 16 min)

Chapters

The Hobo at Chazy Junction

9:38

Read by Linda Andrus

The Invasion of Millville

22:11

Read by Linda Andrus

The Dawn of a Great Enterprise

13:41

Read by Phil Griffiths

The Way Into Print

14:34

Read by Phil Griffiths

Dividing The Responsibilities

16:00

Read by Ellen Preckel

Mr. Skeelty Of The Mill

12:20

Read by Sarah Jennings

The Sketch Artist

18:58

Read by Greg Giordano

The Millville Daily Tribune

5:57

Read by Greg Giordano

Trouble

21:23

Read by Linda Andrus

Thursday Smith

24:56

Read by Linda Andrus

The Honer'ble Ojoy Boglin

14:13

Read by Linda Andrus

Molly Sizer's Party

11:42

Read by Sharon Kilmer

Bob West Interferes

14:01

Read by Lynne T

The Dancer Signal

15:36

Read by Ellen Preckel

A Clever Idea

9:02

Read by Greg Giordano

Local Contributors

16:02

Read by Ellen Preckel

The Penalties of Journalism

7:45

Read by Ellen Preckel

Open Warfare

8:28

Read by Ellen Preckel

A Mere Matter of Revenge

7:57

Read by Ellen Preckel

Defending the Press

7:57

Read by Sharon Kilmer

The Coming of Fogerty

11:30

Read by Ellen Preckel

Unmasked

13:51

Read by Ellen Preckel

The Journalists Abdicate

12:58

Read by Ellen Preckel

A Cheerful Blunder

5:59

Read by Kimberly Krause

Bewertungen

Amazing!

(5 Sterne)

The only negative point I have to say about this book is the title. In my opinion I think it should be called Aunt Jane's Nieces Printing Business, or something like that 🤣

extremely funny

(5 Sterne)

very entertaining book. when Peggy McNutt wrote a poem it just cracked me up. also I liked the "duel"