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The Ruth Fielding Series

Here is a list of all the Ruth Fielding books with dates of publication, authors, and, where applicable, links to online texts and to reviews/summaries on this site. The Ruth Fielding series was created and produced by the Stratemeyer Syndicate and published by Cupples &  Leon under the pseudonym “Alice B Emerson.” My information on publication dates and writers comes from this eBay guide.

1. Ruth Fielding of the Red Mill, 1913

Written by W. Bert Foster

(Review at RQ)/(Text at PG)

2. Ruth Fielding of Briarwood Hall, 1913

Written by W. Bert Foster

(Text at IA)

3. Ruth Fielding at Snow Camp, 1913

Written by W. Bert Foster

(Review at RQ)/(Text at PG)

4. Ruth Fielding at Lighthouse Point, 1913

Written by W. Bert Foster

(Text at IA)

5. Ruth Fielding at Silver Ranch, 1913

Written by W. Bert Foster

(Text at IA)

6. Ruth Fielding on Cliff Island, 1915

Written by W. Bert Foster

(Review at RQ)/(Text at PG)

7. Ruth Fielding at Sunrise Farm, 1915

Written by W. Bert Foster

(Text at IA)

8. Ruth Fielding and the Gypsies, 1915

Written by W. Bert Foster

(Text at PG)

9. Ruth Fielding in Moving Pictures, 1916

Written by W. Bert Foster

(Review at RQ)/(Text at PG)

10. Ruth Fielding Down in Dixie, 1916

Written by W. Bert Foster

(Text at IA)

11. Ruth Fielding at College, 1917

Written by W. Bert Foster

(Text at IA)

12. Ruth Fielding in the Saddle, 1917

Written by W. Bert Foster

(Text at IA)

13. Ruth Fielding in the Red Cross, 1918

Written by W. Bert Foster

(Text at IA)

14. Ruth Fielding at the War Front, 1918

Written by W. Bert Foster

(Review at RQ)/(Text at PG)

15. Ruth Fielding Homeward Bound, 1919

Written by W. Bert Foster

(Text at IA)

16. Ruth Fielding Down East, 1920

Written by W. Bert Foster

(Text at PG)

17. Ruth Fielding in the Great Northwest, 1921

Written by W. Bert Foster

(Review at RQ)/(Text at PG)

18. Ruth Fielding on the St. Lawrence, 1922

Written by W. Bert Foster

(Text at IA)

19. Ruth Fielding Treasure Hunting, 1923

Written by W. Bert Foster

20. Ruth Fielding in the Far North, 1924

Written by Elizabeth M. Duffield Ward

21. Ruth Fielding at Golden Pass, 1925

Written by Elizabeth M. Duffield Ward

22. Ruth Fielding in Alaska, 1926

Written by Elizabeth M. Duffield Ward

23. Ruth Fielding and Her Great Scenario, 1927

Written by Mildred A. Wirt Benson

24. Ruth Fielding at Cameron Hall, 1928

Written by Mildred A. Wirt Benson

25. Ruth Fielding Clearing Her Name, 1929

Written by Mildred A. Wirt Benson

26. Ruth Fielding in Talking Pictures, 1930

Written by Mildred A. Wirt Benson

27. Ruth Fielding and Baby June, 1931

Written by Mildred A. Wirt Benson

28. Ruth Fielding and Her Double, 1932

Written by Mildred A. Wirt Benson

29. Ruth Fielding and Her Greatest Triumph, 1933

Written by Mildred A. Wirt Benson

30. Ruth Fielding and Her Crowning Victory, 1934

Written by Mildred A. Wirt Benson

8 comments

  1. I have a copy of Homeward Bound written by Alice B Emerson. Is there any value to it?


    • That’s a difficult question, and only partly because I’m not an expert on the value of series books. I’ve seen Ruth Fielding books in good condition go for anywhere from $5 to $35. The better the condition, obviously, the higher the value. Having a dust jacket also raises the value considerably. Homeward Bound isn’t one I’ve seen frequently, so it might go for more, but a lot depends on where you try to sell it.


  2. Just came across 6 of these books stacked in my bosses house. They looked pretty old so I thought I see what they were. :)


    • You should give them a try. They’re pretty fun.


  3. I have 21 of the books. I got them at a yard sale at my elementary school when I was in 4th grade and loved them. I thought I was only missing a couple but I didn’t even realize the last few existed until now. Now I want to find the ones I’m missing and read the whole series.


  4. BEST BOOKS EVERRRRRRR!!!


    • :D


  5. [...] Ruth Fielding at the War Front by Alice B. Emerson – Read Ruth has to find out who is giving secrets to the Germans, lay to rest the mystery of a werewolf that is terrifying the locals, and rescue an American boy who is spying behind the German front lines. [Boys and Girls in No Man's Land: English-Canadian Children and the First World War by Susan Fisher] Melody’s reviews of the Ruth Fielding series [...]



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