Series: Dorothy Dale

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Dorothy Dale: A Girl of Today by Margaret Penrose1
Dorothy Dale at Glenwood School by Margaret Penrose2
Dorothy Dale's Great Secret by Margaret Penrose3
Dorothy Dale and Her Chums by Margaret Penrose4
Dorothy Dale's Queer Holidays by Margaret Penrose5
Dorothy Dale's Camping Days by Margaret Penrose6
Dorothy Dale's School Rivals by Margaret Penrose7
Dorothy Dale in the City by Margaret Penrose8
Dorothy Dale's Promise by Margaret Penrose9
Dorothy Dale in the West by Margaret Penrose10
Dorothy Dale's Strange Discovery by Margaret Penrose11
Dorothy Dale's Engagement by Margaret Penrose12
Dorothy Dale to the Rescue by Margaret Penrose13

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  4. The Outdoor Girls at Ocean View by Laura Lee Hope (1915)
  5. The Motor Girls by Margaret Penrose (1910)
  6. The Corner House Girls' Odd Find by Grace Brooks Hill (1916)
  7. Three Margarets by Laura E. Richards (2011)
  8. The Boys of Bellwood School by Frank V. Webster (1910)
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  9. The Moving Picture Girls by Laura Lee Hope (1914)
  10. The Giant Scissors by Annie Fellows Johnston (1898)
  11. Miss Billy by Eleanor H. Porter (1911)
  12. A Girl of the People by L.T. Meade (1900)
  13. Grace Harlowe's Overland Riders in the Great North Woods by Jessie Graham Flower (1926)
  14. Dorothy Chester at Skyrie by Evelyn Raymond (1907)
  15. Keineth by Jane D. Abbott (1918)

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The Dorothy Dale series was published by the Stratemeyer Syndicate under the house pseudonym Margaret Penrose. This was Stratemeyer's first "Girls Series".

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