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Janet Lambert. Janet Lambert, born in Crawfordsville, Indiana, was a popular girls' story author from through and beyond to today. She wrote 54 books during that time about a number of different girls and their families. Her most popular series were about the Parrishes and the Jordons. These stories, and many of her other series, became entwined as the various characters met each other, married, and Janet Lambert, born in Crawfordsville, Indiana, was a popular girls' story author from through and beyond to today.
These stories, and many of her other series, became entwined as the various characters met each other, married, and then had kids of their own! Janet, having an interest in both the theater and writing, decided to write her own plays in which to act. She did achieve her goal and appeared on Broadway.
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When she married a career Army officer, her life on stage came to a close, but her stories were still flowing. Knowing well the "life of the Army," many of Ms. Lambert's books are set on Army posts throughout the United States. Legend has it that her stories started as bedtime stories for her children while they were overseas.
Each night, the author would tell the next "installment" of the series. Later, after her kids were grown, she penned one of her stories Star Spangled Summer and—according to legend—it was sold to a publisher the very day after she sent it to them.
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Other books in the series. Jordon Family 9 books. Books by Janet Lambert. Trivia About A Dream for Susan Welcome back. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. But to join up would leave the hospital hanging, especially in the wake of Cain bailing. Drew is about to give up on his dream when Rick urges him not to, saying that SAM will always be there when he comes back. Are you glad to see TC stick around?
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Do you want the show to return to a split narrative and keep tabs on Paul and Amira abroad? Do you hope that if there is a Season 5, Missy Peregrym returns as hinted on a steady basis? From this marriage, an additional four children are born: twins, Susan and Neal, Vance, and Bitsy.
General Jordon's second wife dies as does the General's brother and sister-in-law. The General's nephew, Donny, then joins the Jordon family creating a family of ten - the General and his nine children. As the General is often away, the eldest child, Jenifer, must care for the entire family.
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