Howard Garis

(Howard Roger Garis)
USA flag (1873 - 1962)

Howard Roger Garis, was an American author, best known for a series of books, published under his own name, that featured the character of Uncle Wiggily Longears, an engaging elderly rabbit.

Garis also wrote many books for the Stratemeyer Syndicate under various pseudonyms. As Victor Appleton, he wrote about the enterprising Tom Swift; as Laura Lee Hope, he is generally credited with writing volumes 4-28 and 41 of the Bobbsey Twins; as Clarence Young, the Motor Boys series; as Lester Chadwick, the Great Marvel series and books featuring Baseball Joe; and as Marion Davidson, a number of books including several featuring the Camp Fire Girls.

Genres: Children's Fiction
Tom Swift
1. Tom Swift and His Motor Cycle (1910)
     aka Fun and Adventure on the Road
2. Tom Swift and His Motor Boat (1910)
     aka The Rivals of Lake Carlopa
3. Tom Swift and His Airship (1910)
     aka The Stirring Cruise of the Red Cloud
4. Tom Swift and His Submarine Boat (1910)
     aka Under the Ocean for Sunken Treasure
5. Tom Swift and His Electric Runabout (1910)
     aka The Speediest Car on the Road
6. Tom Swift and His Wireless Message (1911)
     aka The Castaways of Earthquake Island
7. Tom Swift Among the Diamond Makers (1911)
     aka The Secret of Phantom Mountain
8. Tom Swift in the Caves of Ice (1911)
     aka The Wreck of the Airship
9. Tom Swift and His Sky Racer (1910)
     aka The Quickest Flight on Record
10. Tom Swift and His Electric Rifle (1911)
     aka Daring Adventures in Elephant Island
11. Tom Swift in the City of Gold (1912)
     aka Marvelous Adventures Underground
12. Tom Swift and His Air Glider (1912)
     aka Seeking the Platinum Treasure
13. Tom Swift in Captivity (1912)
     aka A Daring Escape by Airship
14. Tom Swift and His Wizard Camera (1912)
     aka Thrilling Adventures While Taking Moving Pictures
15. Tom Swift and His Great Search Light (1912)
     aka On the Border for Uncle Sam
16. Tom Swift and His Giant Cannon (1913)
     aka The Longest Shots on Record
17. Tom Swift and His Photo Telephone (1914)
     aka The Picture That Saved a Fortune
18. Tom Swift and His Aerial Warship (1915)
     aka The Naval Terror of the Seas
19. Tom Swift and His Big Tunnel (1916)
     aka The Hidden City of the Andes
20. Tom Swift in the Land of Wonders (1917)
     aka The Underground Search for the Idol of Gold
21. Tom Swift and His War Tank (1918)
     aka Doing His Bit for Uncle Sam
22. Tom Swift and His Air Scout (1919)
     aka Uncle Sam's Mastery of the Sky
23. Tom Swift and His Undersea Search (1920)
     aka The Treasure on the Floor of the Atlantic
24. Tom Swift Among the Fire Fighters (1921)
     aka Battling with Flames in the Air
25. Tom Swift and His Electric Locomotive (1922)
     aka Two Miles a minute on the Rails
26. Tom Swift and His Flying Boat (1923)
     aka Castaways of the Giant Iceberg
27. Tom Swift and His Great Oil Gusher (1924)
     aka The Treasure of Goby Farm
28. Tom Swift and His Chest of Secrets (1925)
     aka Tracing the Stolen Inventions
29. Tom Swift and His Airline Express (1926)
     aka From Ocean to Ocean by Daylight
30. Tom Swift Circling the Globe (1927)
     aka The Daring Cruise of the Air Monarch
31. Tom Swift and His Talking Pictures (1928)
     aka The Greatest Invention on Record
32. Tom Swift and His House On Wheels (1929)
     aka A Trip around the Mountain of Mystery
33. Tom Swift and His Big Dirigible (1930)
     aka Adventures Over the Forest of Fire
34. Tom Swift and His Sky Train (1931)
     aka Overland Through the Clouds
35. Tom Swift and His Giant Magnet (1932)
     aka Bringing Up the Lost Submarine
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Don Sturdy
10. Don Sturdy in the Land of Giants (1930)
     aka Captives Of the Savage Patagonians