Annie Fellows Johnston (1863-1931), American author of juvenile fiction wrote the Little Colonel series was a celebrated author of children's and juvenile fiction from the 1890's until her death in 1931. She is best known for her "Little Colonel" series which brought fame to the Pewee Valley and inspired a movie starring Shirley Temple and Lionel Barrymore. Young girls all over America were writing her letters of appreciation and devouring her books, which went on to sell over a million copies and were translated to many languages.
Annie Fellows Johnston Books provides the works of Annie Fellows Johnston as listed below:
Ann's Own Way
Cicely and Other Stories
Flip's 'Islands of Providence'
Georgina of the Rainbows
How He Won the Bicycle
Just Her Way
Ole Mammy's Torment
The Gate of the Giant Scissors
The Legend of the Bleeding-Heart
The Little Colonel
The Little Colonel's Christmas Vacation
The Little Colonel's Chum: Mary Ware
The Little Colonel's Hero
The Little Colonel's House Party
The Little Colonel: Maid of Honor
The Little Knights of Kentucky
The Quilt That Jack Built
The Rescue of the Princess Winsome
The Story of D**o
The Story of the Red Cross as told to The Little Colonel
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