The Keeper of the Bees (Library of Indiana Classics). Gene Stratton-Porter. Series: Library of Indiana Classics. Paperback: 368 pages.
The Keeper of the Bees (Library of Indiana Classics).
Gene Stratton-Porter returns us to her beloved Midwestern woodlands with a hero modeled after Henry David Thoreau. He and his wonderful. Our hero is a very interesting person who has been left alone in the world, but makes a very good living on the property left to him by his parents.
Series: Library of Indiana Classics. Paperback: 416 pages. Laddie: A True Blue Story by Gene Stratton Porter is one of the sweetest, funniest stories of family life my family has ever read. We read it once when my children were young, but the youngest didn't remember it, so I read it again with 5 teens, a tween, and a first-grader. We all loved it more the second time around-including my four teen boys. Paperback: 496 pages. As with most of Gene Stratton-Porter's stories, this one was over the top. To be clear, however, it was difficult reading in some ways
Series: Library of Indiana Classics. To be clear, however, it was difficult reading in some ways. The heroine, Elnora, is a self-starter, determined to make it in life.
The Keeper of the Bees (Library of Indiana Classics) Paperback. Freckles was the first one I chose to read since I couldn't resist a book with such a name
The Keeper of the Bees (Library of Indiana Classics) Paperback. Freckles was the first one I chose to read since I couldn't resist a book with such a name. Where in the wide world to begin? Freckles' character is very near "other-worldly" as most of this author's characters appear to be written.
Find nearly any book by Gene Stratton Porter. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. A Girl of the Limberlost. ISBN 9781482623796 (978-1-4826-2379-6) Softcover, CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2013.
Find nearly any book by Gene Stratton Porter (page 16). Gene Stratton-Porter: A Little Story of Her Life and Work. by Gene Stratton Porter. ISBN 9781434458735 (978-1-4344-5873-5) Softcover, Wildside Press, 2009.
Gene Stratton-Porter. Geneva Grace Stratton was born on a farm in Wabash County, Indiana in 1863. Freckles Library of Indiana Classics Series. In Freckles a homeless waif finds his deliverance in the primeval Limberlost swamp. Maimed and abandoned as an infant, Freckles seeks a chance to prove his worth. He is given that opportunity as the guard of the precious timber of the Limberlost. Stratton attended public schools. At an early age she roamed the countryside and developed a lively interest in nature and wildlife. In 1874 the family moved to the city of Wabash.
The young woman was Gene Stratton-Porter, who would brave the bogs, thickets, mosquitoes, and snakes for two decades, gathering impressions, and would write a series of books that carried the name of the Limberlost to millions of readers worldwide. A few of those books were natural history, chiefly about moths and birds, but most of them were novels, including the three immensely popular tales included in this volume.
Author(s): Gene Stratton-Porter. Freckles (Paperback). Published November 13th 2006 by Norilana Books. Author(s): Gene Stratton-Porter. Paperback, 236 pages. ISBN: 1934169331 (ISBN13: 9781934169339).