Series: Emilie Loring Chronological

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Works (15)

The Trail of Conflict by Emilie Loringbook 1
Here Comes the Sun! by Emilie Loringbook 2
A Certain Crossroad by Emilie Loringbook 3
The Solitary Horseman by Emilie Loringbook 4
Gay Courage by Emilie Loringbook 5
Swift Water by Emilie Loringbook 6
Lighted Windows by Emilie Loringbook 7
Fair Tomorrow by Emilie Loringbook 8
Uncharted Seas by Emilie Loringbook 9
Hilltops Clear by Emilie Loringbook 10
We Ride the Gale! by Emilie Loringbook 11
With Banners by Emilie Loringbook 12
Give Me One Summer by Emilie Loringbook 13
As Long As I Live by Emilie Loringbook 14
Today Is Yours by Emilie Loringbook 15

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Also avoid publisher series, unless the publisher has a true monopoly over the "works" in question. So, the Dummies guides are a series of works. But the Loeb Classical Library is a series of editions, not of works.


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