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Eunice W. Creager's 'Betty Gordon and the Lost Pearls' beckons readers back to an era of intrepid young heroines and wholesome adventures. Crafted with the elegance of early 20th-century storytelling, Creager's work finds its place amongst classics that have shaped young readers' imaginations. This particular tale follows the titular character, Betty Gordon, as she endeavors to unravel the mystery surrounding a string of lost pearls, instilling the narrative with suspense and charm. While retaining the nostalgic essence of its time, the book's literary style incorporates the straightforward narrative techniques prevalent in youth fiction, thus adapting smoothly to modern republishing by DigiCat Publishing.

Eunice W. Creager, as one of the contributors to the beloved Betty Gordon series, has tailored her storytelling to the sensibilities of young readers, while also ensuring ethical and moral lessons are subtly laced within the plots. Her work likely springs from a dedication to the craft of writing literature that not only entertains but educates, echoing the bygone era where literature was seen as a crucial means for youth development. Creager's tale is, hence, a product of both her literary prowess and her commitment to continuing a tradition of gentle didacticism through engaging narrative.

'Readers seeking a journey into the gentility of past literature will discover a delightful trove in 'Betty Gordon and the Lost Pearls.' This republished classic comes highly recommended for its power to ignite the minds of young readers with its simple yet profound storytelling, making it an excellent addition to any family library. In a world brimming with modern complexities, Creager's tale provides a comforting retreat into a literary haven where valor, intellect, and kindness prevail. It is an edifying work that continues to resonate with the timeless value of integrity and the joy of a mystery well solved.


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Año de Edición
Eunice W. Creager, Eunice W. Creager
Núm. Páginas
Peso (Físico)
Tamaño Archivo (Virtual)
DRM (Virtual)
Formato Electrónico (Virtual)
Betty Gordon and the Lost Pearls
Biografía del Autor
<p>Eunice W. Creager remains an elusive figure in the tapestry of American children\'s literature. Little biographical information is readily available about her, and she exists primarily in the literary shadows, known by her work rather than personal details. \'Betty Gordon and the Lost Pearls\' is often attributed to Creager, bringing her a modest posthumous appreciation among collectors and enthusiasts of early twentieth-century juvenile fiction. The \'Betty Gordon\' series itself, popular in its time, was a creation of the Stratemeyer Syndicate ? a group responsible for many successful book series such as \'Nancy Drew\' and \'The Hardy Boys.\' Although Creager\'s involvement seems to be more aligned with that of a ghostwriter or a contributor rather than the original creator, her contributions sustained the engaging, episodic adventures of a young girl whose charm and curiosity embody the enduring appeal of young adult novels of the era. The literary style of \'Betty Gordon and the Lost Pearls,\' like many books of its kind, is straightforward and didactic, aimed at providing moral guidance and entertainment to young readers of the early 1900s. Without further biographical context, Eunice W. Creager\'s persona must be deciphered through the cultural and educational values imbued within her work, reflecting an era of simpler narratives crafted to instruct and delight.</p>
ISBN: 8596547183273
Referencia: BW1037918784

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