º Ruth Fielding at Lighthouse Point || Î PDF Read by ✓ Alice B. Emerson

By Alice B. Emerson | Comments: ( 316 ) | Date: ( Sep 22, 2019 )

As the school year draws to a close, Ruth and her friends plan a trip to Lighthouse Point with Jennie Heavy Stone Mary Cox makes a point of telling Heavy that she has been slighted and that only members of Ruth s club are invited to go on the trip At Ruth s insistence and under the other girls protests, Heavy invites Mary along on the trip On the way home after the lAs the school year draws to a close, Ruth and her friends plan a trip to Lighthouse Point with Jennie Heavy Stone Mary Cox makes a point of telling Heavy that she has been slighted and that only members of Ruth s club are invited to go on the trip At Ruth s insistence and under the other girls protests, Heavy invites Mary along on the trip On the way home after the last day of school, Mary Cox slips and falls off the boat into the water Ruth saves Mary, who cannot swim, from drowning Mary snubs Ruth and refuses to thank her Later, Ruth returns to the Red Mill and finds that Uncle Jabez has lost a large sum of money by investing it in an old mine out west Uncle Jabez feels that he cannot afford to send Ruth back to Briarwood Hall for a second year Ruth leaves for Lighthouse Point with this unpleasant thought uppermost in her thoughts.She was unconscious when they lifted her out During their stay at Lighthouse Point, a girl named Nita is rescued from a sinking ship It turns out that Nita has run away from a western ranch, and her real name is Jane Hicks Before Ruth and her friends leave Lighthouse Point, Jane Hicks is reunited with her uncle, and the Hickses invite Ruth and her friends out to Silver Ranch on a vacation.


  • Title: Ruth Fielding at Lighthouse Point
  • Author: Alice B. Emerson
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 284
  • Format: Hardcover

About Author:

Alice B. Emerson

Alice B Emerson was a pseudonym used by the Stratemeyer Syndicate for the Betty Gordon and Ruth Fielding series of children s novels The writers taking up the pen of Alice B Emerson were Josephine Lawrence Betty Gorson series 1 4, 7, 9 , W Bert Foster Ruth Fielding series 1 19, Betty Gordon series 5,6 , Elizabeth M Duffield Ward Ruth Fielding series 20 22, Betty Gordon series 8 , Eunice W Creager Betty Gordon series 10 15 and Mildred Benson Ruth Fielding series 23 30.Series Betty Gordon Ruth Fielding


Ruth Fielding Ruth Fielding The Ruth Fielding books were an early Stratemeyer Syndicate series, published between and under the pseudonym Alice B Emerson Ruth Fielding begins the series as an orphan who comes to live with her miserly uncle and, in later titles, The Ruth Fielding Series by Alice B Emerson In Ruth Fielding on the St Lawrence, Ruth reflects about her feelings for Tom Cameron and how she feels about getting married As Ruth saw it no matter what may have been her secret feeling for Tom to do as Tom wished would utterly spoil the career on Order of Ruth Fielding Books OrderOfBooks Ruth Fielding is a strong willed woman and a career woman In the first part of the series, she attends a boarding school The series was influential to many other series that would follow, including Nancy Drew and the Dana Girls Alice B Emerson began the Ruth Fielding series in with the novel Ruth Fielding of the Red Mill. Ruth Fielding at Briarwood Hall or, Solving the Campus This is actually the second book in the Ruth Fielding series Ruth is an orphaned young woman who s been living with her miserly uncle in what I imagine is somewhere in the midwest. Ruth Fielding at Cameron Hall or, A Mysterious Ruth Fielding at Cameron Hall or, A Mysterious Disappearance book Read reviews from world s largest community for readers Tom and Helen Cameron are su Ruth Fielding at Briarwood Hall Wikisource, the free Aug , RUTH FIELDING AT SNOW LODGE Or, Lost in the Backwoods RUTH FIELDING AT LIGHTHOUSE POINT Or, Nita, the Girl Castaway.


Comments Ruth Fielding at Lighthouse Point

  • Erin

    Decent entry in the series, and I liked that Ruth's money problem did not resolved itself (even though she was presented with an easy out).


  • Chanel Baron

    Cute. The old fashioned language and the blatant marketing of other books in the series cracked me up.


  • Jane

    really good description of a breeches buoy rescue in this one! cool!


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