Gene Stratton-Porter (1863–1924) was born on a farm in Indiana. She later lived in a cabin adjoining the Limberlost Swamp, immortalized in her best-selling A Girl of the Limberlost. In 1923 she moved to California for her health, but was killed in an automobile accident in 1924. Other Stratton-Porter novels reissued by Indiana University Press include Freckles, Laddie, The Harvester, and The Keeper of the Bees.
Michael O'Halloranby Gene Stratton-Porter
Jimmy turned to step from the gutter to the sidewalk. Two things happened to him simultaneously: Mickey became a projectile and smashed with the force of a wiry fist on the larger boy's head, while above both, an athletic arm was thrust out, and gripped him by the collar.
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Mickey is a class act. This book, although sappy in places is great and though it is nearly set at the turn of the last century the observances of human nature and how to live life are square on the mark. Buy it, read it and live it.