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“It’s probably true Den 1 is ahead of us, but that doesn’t mean it will be that way in another week,” Dan declared. ...“If we’re going to get ahead of Den 1 in the Indian handicraft exhibit, we’ll have to meet here almost every night after school for a week or two,” Dan informed his companions. ...He was hard at work when Brad called to say that the other Cubs were hiking to the cliff to see if any more work had been done on the carved face.
About Mildred A. (Mildred Augustine) Wirt, the Author:
1 She worked for 58 years as a journalist, writing a weekly column for the Toledo Blade and continuing to work full time (mostly writing obituaries) until a few months before her death, from lung cancer, in 2002 at the age of 96. ...At Edward Stratemeyer's death, under the terms of his will, all Syndicate ghostwriters, including Benson, were sent one fifth of the equivalent of the royalties the Syndicate had received for each book series to which they had contributed.