Janet: Her Winter in Quebec

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Janet: Her Winter in Quebec  (1906) 
by Anna Chapin Ray
Boston: Little, Brown, and Co. 1906. Illustrated by Alice Barber Stephens

By a fortunate coincidence two new books have Quebec as their “locus,” for the scene is of infinite possibilities and well worth the familiarity of American girls. One of these books is Janet: Her Winter in Quebec, by Anna Chapin Ray, who wrote the “Teddy” books. It is an excellent story and is beautifully illustrated by Alice Barber Stevens. —'The Bookman, 1907

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JANET: HER WINTER
IN QUEBEC

Frontis, Could see color rushing into his cheeks--Jane, her winter in Quebec.jpg

"Under the electric light above their heads she could see the color rushing into his cheeks" Frontispiece See page 256

JANET: HER WINTER
IN QUEBEC

BY
ANNA CHAPIN RAY

AUTHOR OF "TEDDY: HER BOOK," "PHEBE: HER PROFESSION,"
"NATHALIE'S CHUM," "BY THE GOOD SAINTE ANNE,"
"HEARTS AND CREEDS," ETC.

WITH ILLUSTRATIONS FROM DRAWINGS BY
ALICE BARBER STEPHENS|

BOSTON
LITTLE, BROWN, AND COMPANY
1906

Copyright, 1906,
By Little, Brown, and Company.
All rights reserved.
Published September, 1906

THE UNIVERSITY PRESS, CAMBRIDGE, U.S.A.

ILLUSTRATIONS

  1. "Under the electric light above their heads she could see the color rushing into his cheeks" Frontispiece
  2. "In spite of Janet's strictures, Rob did wipe the dishes" Page 78
  3. "Now that her chance was come, Janet seemed loath to speak" {{{1}}} 200
  4. "Then she stepped forward to the trail" {{{1}}} 276

Chapters (not listed in original)

This work is in the public domain in the United States because it was published before January 1, 1926.


The author died in 1945, so this work is also in the public domain in countries and areas where the copyright term is the author's life plus 75 years or less. This work 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.