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The publication of the first three books immediately called for a fourth, “The Rover Boys Out West,” and then followed yearly “On the Great Lakes,” “In Camp,” “On Land and Sea,” “On the River,” “On the Plains,” “In Southern Waters,” “On the Farm,” “On Treasure Isle,” and then “At College,” where we last left our heroes. ...But for the benefit of others who have not read the former volumes in this “Rover Boys Series,” let me state that Dick, Tom and Sam Rover were three brothers, who, when at home, lived with their father, Anderson Rover, and their Uncle Randolph and Aunt Martha, on a beautiful farm called Valley Brook. ...A term at school was followed by a trip on the ocean, as set down in the second volume of this series, and then by a journey to Africa, where the boys went to locate their father, who had become a captive of the natives.
About Edward Stratemeyer, the Author:
He was one of the most prolific writers in the world, producing in excess of 1,300 books himself, selling in excess of 500 million copies, and created the well-known fictional-book series for juveniles including The Rover Boys (starting in 1899), The Bobbsey Twins (starting in 1904), Tom Swift (starting in 1910), The Hardy Boys (starting in 1927), and the Nancy Drew (starting in 1930) series, among others. ...Categories: 1862 births1930 deaths19th-century American businesspeople19th-century novelists19th-century publishers20th-century American businesspeople20th-century novelists20th-century publishersAmerican children's writersAmerican crime fiction writersAmerican publishers (people)American people of Dutch descentBurials in New JerseyBusinesspeople from New JerseyBusinesspeople from New York CityMale writers who wrote under female pseudonymsPeople from Elizabeth, New JerseyPulp fiction writersStratemeyer SyndicateWriters from New JerseyWriters from New York City