Maud Hart Lovelace
(1892 - 1980)
Maud Hart Lovelace (April 25, 1892 – March 11, 1980) was an American author best known for the the Betsy-Tacy series.
A collection of stories, poems and articles, some of which have new illustrations.
Betsy - Tacy (1940)
Five year old Betsy is delighted when red-headed Tacy moves in across the street and soon the two girls are inseparable.
Betsy and Joe (1948)
The events of Betsy Ray’s senior year (1909-1910) at Deep Valley High School in Deep Valley, Minnesota.
Betsy and Tacy Go Downtown (1943)
Betsy and Tacy are growing up and explore their town of Deep Valley.
Betsy and Tacy are joined by Tib in these adventures.
Betsy and the Great World (1952)
Betsy spends a year in Europe and has to decide whether a handsome Italian is the one for her.
Betsy spends a year in Europe and Joe is waiting for her on the dock when she returns.
Betsy in Spite of Herself (1946)
Betsy and her friends are sophomores at Deep Valley High.
Betsy was a Junior (1947)
Betsy and her crowd are now juniors at Deep Valley High.
Betsy’s junior and senior years at Deep Valley High.
Betsy-Tacy and Tib (1941)
Betsy and Tacy gain a new friend when Tib moves to Deep Valley.
The Betsy-Tacy Treasury (1995)
Betsy’s Wedding (1955)
Betsy returns from Europe and Joe is waiting on the dock for her.
Carney’s House Party (1949)
Home from her first year at college, Carney gives a house party for her friends, new and old.
Carney hosts a house party after her first year at college.
Winona hopes for a pony for her birthday.
In this fourth volume of the Betsy-Tacy series, the girls get enthusiastic about the drama and have many adventures. Betsy discovers the new Carnegie library. The first printing was slightly larger format than later printings of the first edition.
Emily of Deep Valley (1950)
Emily lives with her grandfather and dreams of going to college. A novel worthy of the creator of Betsy and Tacy.
Heaven to Betsy (1945)
Betsy and Tacy start high school at Deep Valley High.
Betsy and Tacy’s first two years of high school.