Books in Juvenile Fiction by Martha Finley

Mildred Keith

Mildred Keith

Martha Finley

Before Martha Finley had completed the first six titles of The Elsie Books in 1876, she began a new series based upon the Dinsmore's Midwestern relatives, the Keiths. The resulting seven-book series,...

Mildred at Roselands

Mildred at Roselands

Martha Finley

Before Martha Finley had completed the first six titles of The Elsie Books in 1876, she began a new series based upon the Dinsmore's Midwestern relatives, the Keiths. The resulting seven-book series,...

Mildred and Elsie

Mildred and Elsie

Martha Finley

Mildred's stay at Roselands draws to a close, and she is torn between her beloved home in Indiana and her newfound friends and family. She has blossomed into a beautiful young woman and must...

Mildred's Married Life

Mildred's Married Life

Martha Finley

Mildred and Charlie Landreth, the proud parents of a baby boy, have settled into quiet domestic life. An invitation from cousins Horace and Elsie to visit the Oaks, near Roselands, brings Charlie,...

Mildred at Home

Mildred at Home

Martha Finley

The Landreths and Annis meet Aunt Wealthy in Philadelphia on their way home from the Oaks and complete their journey with her at their side. Mildred and Zillah, her sister, welcome daughters into...

Mildred's Boys and Girls

Mildred's Boys and Girls

Martha Finley

The Landreths harbor a family of fugitive slaves. The family fears the oncoming civil war and the possibility of sending fathers and sons, brothers and cousins off to fight. Rupert, Cyril, and Donald...

Mildred's New Daughter

Mildred's New Daughter

Martha Finley

Young orphans Ethel, Blanche, Harry, and Nannette Eldon have suffered much since the loss of their parents -- their British father after a prolonged illness and their mother suddenly over the shock of...