The original title of the novel is not Aunt Jane’s Nieces on vacation but should be Aunt Jane’s Nieces in Journalism as it was changed by the publisher without the knowledge of the writer, this made him distressed. The story continues when the three girls got back from their vacation and they got inspired by the idea of running a newspaper in town. Will they be able to pull this through with their relatives and friends? Aunt Jane’s Nieces on Vacation is the seventh volume to the series of ten novels of Aunt Jane’s Nieces by Lyman Frank Baum. He was born in Chittenango, New York into an ardent Methodist family. He had a German, Scots, Irish, and English descent. His name, Lyman, was the name of his uncle, he doesn’t want to be called as such and chose to be called by his middle name, Frank. He was also greatly known for his pseudonyms L. Frank Baum, George Brooks, Louis F. Baum, Laura Bancroft, Suzanne Metcalf, Capt. Hugh Fitzgerald, Schuyler Staunton, Edith Van Dyne, Floyd Akers, and John Estes Cooke. He was an author, newspaper editor, actor, screenwriter, and film producer. His main themes are fantasy, poetry, and short stories. He is incredibly eminent for his fantasy novel, The Wonderful Wizard of Oz. After writing the novel, he wrote another thirteen novels as its sequel. His writings awaited subsequent hundred years mundane such as television, augmented reality, laptop computers in The Master Key, wireless telephones in Tik-Tok of Oz, women in dangerous, perilous, action filled jobs in Mary Louise in the Country, and the pervasiveness of exhibiting on apparels in Aunt Jane’s Nieces at Work. He started his career in writing at an early age when his father bought him a small printing press. His brother Henry ‘Harry’ Clay Baum helped him write The Rose Lawn Home Journal. The brothers wrote many issues of the journal, published and sold those issues. As a young adult, he was encouraged to write more books all throughout his lifetime.