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Interesting information about the Bobbsey Twins series of books by Laura Lee Hope:

First, there never was a "Laura Lee Hope." The Bobbsey Twins were created in 1904 by Edward Stratemeyer. One of dozens of juvenile series that Stratemeyer created and managed, the Bobbseys, along with Nancy Drew, The Hardy Boys, and Tom Swift are among the best known of childrens' book characters. Using the pseudonym "Laura Lee Hope," legend says that Stratemeyer wrote the first three books himself, then hired ghost writers to write the remaining books, often from outlines he prepared. Newer information tells us that he probably only wrote the first book. Careful reading of the first three will suggest that, as the style in the first book is quite different from the others. (For more details on who really wrote each of the 72 books, see James Keeline's article on the subject.) On Stratemeyer's death in 1930, his daughter Harriet Stratemeyer Adams took over the Stratemeyer Syndicate.

Info pertaining to this lot of books:

Grosset & Dunlap Format #15, published between 1952-1962
Distinguishing Characteristic: Green tweed-like cover stock, Good paper, Brown Toy Endpapers
Cover Stock: The cover stock is green pressed paper with a tweed-like texture.
Books are in very good vintage condition.

Books in this sale:

The Bobbsey Twins at Spruce Lake, Copyright 1930
The Bobbsey Twins on a Ranch, Copyright 1935
The Bobbsey Twins Wonderful Secret, Copyright 1931

Reserved for Jane Trio of 1930s Bobbsey Twins Books


  • Vintage item from the 1930s
  • Material: Paper
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