Frank V. Webster

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Frank V. Webster was a pseudonym controlled by the Stratemeyer Syndicate, the first book packager of books aimed at children. This pseudonym was used on books for boys from the early 1900s through the 1930s. Many of these books are available at Project Gutenberg.

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  • Airship Andy: or, The Luck of a Brave Boy (1911)
  • Ben Hardy's Flying Machine: or, Making a Record for Himself (1911)
  • Bob Chester's Grit: or, From Ranch to Riches
  • Bob the Castaway: or, The Wreck of the Eagle
  • The Boy from the Ranch: or, Roy Bradner's City Experiences
  • The Boy Pilot of the Lakes: or, Nat Morton's Peril
  • The Boy Scouts of Lenox: or, The Hike Over Big Bear Mountain
  • The Boys of Bellwood School: or, Frank Jordan's Triumph
  • Comrades of the Saddle: or, The Young Rough Riders of the Plains
  • Cowboy Dave: or, The Round-Up at Rolling River
  • Darry the Life Saver: or, The Heroes of the Coast
  • Dick the Bank Boy: or, A Missing Fortune
  • The High School Rivals
  • Jack of the Pony Express: or, The Young Rider of the Mountain Trails
  • Jack the Runaway: or, On the Road With a Circus
  • The Newsboy Partners: or, Who Was Dick Box?
  • Only a Farm Boy: or, Dan Hardy's Rise in Life
  • Tom the Telephone Boy: or, The Mystery of a Message
  • Two Boy Goldminers: or, Lost in the Mountains
  • The Young Firemen of Lakeville: or, Herbert Dare's Pluck
  • The Young Treasure Hunter: or, Fred Stanley's Trip to Alaska

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