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By: Roy Rockwood

Book cover Under the Ocean to the South Pole Or, the Strange Cruise of the Submarine Wonder
Book cover Dave Dashaway and His Hydroplane

Never was there a more clever young aviator than Dave Dashaway. All up-to-date lads will surely wish to read about him. This second volume of the series shows how Dave continued his career as a birdman and had many adventures over the Great Lakes, and how he foiled the plans of some Canadian smugglers. (From the 1913 edition)

Book cover The Wizard of the Sea A Trip Under the Ocean
Book cover Through Space to Mars Or the Longest Journey on Record
Book cover Five Thousand Miles Underground Or, the Mystery of the Centre of the Earth
Book cover Lost on the Moon Or, in Quest of the Field of Diamonds
Book cover Through the Air to the North Pole or The Wonderful Cruise of the Electric Monarch
Book cover On a Torn-Away World Or, the Captives of the Great Earthquake
Book cover Jack North's Treasure Hunt Or, Daring Adventures in South America
Book cover Dave Dashaway and His Giant Airship

How the Giant Airship was constructed and how the daring young aviator and his friends made the hazardous journey through the clouds from the new world to the old, is told in a way to keep the reader spellbound. (As published by Cupples & Leon, New York, NY, 1913)

Book cover Dave Dashaway, the Young Aviator

Never was there a more clever young aviator than Dave Dashaway, and all up-to-date lads will surely wish to make his acquaintance. This initial volume tells how the hero ran away from his miserly guardian, fell in with a successful airman, and became a young aviator of note. (From the 1913 edition)

Book cover Dave Dashaway Around the World

Never was there a more clever young aviator than Dave Dashaway, and all up-to-date lads will wish to make his acquaintance.Weldon J. Cobb was a staff writer for the Stratemeyer Syndicate, a book packaging company that specialized in juvenile fiction. Under the pseudonym Roy Rockwood, Cobb authored the Dave Dashaway series of books that appeared between the years 1913 and 1915.In this fourth volume of the series, Dave Dashaway Around the World; Or, A Young Yankee Aviator Among Many Nations, Cobb enthralls his audience with the absorbing tale of a great air flight around the world, of adventures in Alaska, Siberia and elsewhere...

Book cover Dave Dashaway, Air Champion, or Wizard Work in the Clouds

Never was there a more clever young aviator than Dave Dashaway, and all up-to-date youths will be will surely wish to hear about about him. In this, the last volume of the Dave Dashaway adventure series, Dave, with the assistance of his loyal chum Hiram Dobbs, makes several daring trips, and then enters a contest for a big prize. An aviation tale thrilling in the extreme. Written by Weldon J. Cobb under the Stratemeyer Syndicate pseudonym "Roy Rockwood."


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