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Betty Wales, Freshman

Betty Wales, Freshman by Margaret Warde
By: (1875-)

Betty Wales, Freshman is a charming coming-of-age story set in a fictional women's college in the early 1900s. The protagonist, Betty Wales, is a likable and relatable character who navigates the ups and downs of her first year of college with grace and determination.

Warde's writing is engaging and easy to read, making it a perfect book for readers of all ages. The story touches on themes of friendship, independence, and self-discovery, making it a timeless and relevant read even today.

Overall, Betty Wales, Freshman is a delightful and uplifting novel that will resonate with readers who enjoy stories of personal growth and female empowerment. I highly recommend this book to anyone looking for a heartwarming and inspiring read.

Book Description:
First published in 1904, Betty Wales Freshman is the first book in an 8 volume series that follows Betty and her classmates throughout college and beyond. It takes place at Harding in New England (NOT to be confused with the Arkansas university) based on the author's time at Smith College in Massachusetts. Some humour and frivolity ensue as well as interpersonal drama among Betty and her many peers. And of course, the usual fascination with basketball that tends to run the gamut in the bountiful supply of books about most boarding school girls. (The popularity of this series inspired product placement by a dressmakers company.)

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