Friday Fun Facts: Edward L. Stratemeyer
Edward L. Stratemeyer was born on this day in 1862. You may not know his name but you know the many series of books that his syndicate of writers produced, which included: The Bobbsey Twins, The Hardy Boys, Nancy Drew and Tom Swift. They used 50 pen names and wrote over 800 books.
PLEASE COMMENT: What is your favorite memory of these books?
I’ll start. When I was in third grade, my teacher, Miss Paulicki, read one chapter of a Bobbsey Twins book every morning. We were all engrossed in the story and couldn’t wait until the next morning when she would read the next chapter.
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