Author:Clarence Budington Kelland

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Clarence Budington Kelland
(1881–1964)
American writer. His best known juvenile works were the Mark Tidd series and the Catty Atkins series, while his best known adult work was the Scattergood Baines series. Many of his books were adapted into films.

Works[edit]

Series[edit]

Mark Tidd juvenile series[edit]

  • Mark Tidd: His Adventures and Strategies (1913) IA :: PG
  • Mark Tidd in the Backwoods (1914) IA
  • Mark Tidd in Business (1915) PG
  • Mark Tidd's Citadel (1916)
  • Mark Tidd, Editor (1917) IA : PG
  • Mark Tidd, Manufacturer (1918) IA
  • Mark Tidd in Italy (1925)
  • Mark Tidd in Egypt (1926)
  • Mark Tidd in Sicily (1928)

Catty Atkins juvenile series[edit]

  • Catty Atkins (1920)
  • Catty Atkins, Riverman (1921)
  • Catty Atkins, Sailorman (1922)
  • Catty Atkins, Financier (1923)
  • Catty Atkins, Bandmaster (1924)

Scattergood Baines series[edit]

  • Scattergood Baines (1921) IA : PG
  • Scattergood Returns (1940)
  • Scattergood Baines Pulls the Strings (1941)

Other books[edit]

  • Quizzer No. 20, Being Questions and Answers on Insurance (1911)
  • Thirty Pieces of Silver (1913) IA
  • The American Boy's Workshop: Each Subject by an Expert (ed.) (1914) IA
  • Into His Own: The Story of an Airedale (1915) IA
  • The Hidden Spring (1916)
  • Sudden Jim (1917) IA : PG
  • The Source: A novel (1918) IA
  • The Little Moment of Happiness (1919) IA
  • The Highflyers (1919) PG
  • Efficiency Edgar (1920)
  • Youth Challenges (1920) PG
  • Conflict (1922)
  • Contraband (1923)

Individual short stories and articles[edit]

Simeon Small

Others


Some or all works by this author are in the public domain in the United States because they were published before January 1, 1923.


The author died in 1964, so works by this author are also in the public domain in countries and areas where the copyright term is the author's life plus 50 years or less. Works by this author may also be in the public domain in countries and areas with longer native copyright terms that apply the rule of the shorter term to foreign works.