Edward Stratemeyer was an American writer. The main his genre is juvenile fiction. He had Stratemeyer Literary Syndicate and it produced such books as the Rover Boys series, the Hardy Boys series, the Tom Swift series, the Bobbsey Twins series, and the Nancy Drew series. He graduated high school in the ’s and then he began writing juvenile fiction. His first financially rewarding story was published in , and he soon became a regular contributor to several boys' magazines. Edward Stratemeyer died in Newark at the age of lobar pneumonia.
"The Putnam Hall Champions" is complete tale in itself. It forms volume three in a line issued under the general title of “Putnam Hall Series.” The main characters are the Putnam Hall boys. The story is about contests on the lake, in the gymnasium, and elsewhere. How could the boys do? Why is the author interested in our character? Open the book and follow the characters' lives, destinies and adventures. This book will also please you and do you good. "The Putnam Hall Champions" is one of the best-known series and if you are a lover of such a genre you will definitely like it. Enjoy the reading