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In which Edna Conway spends a most delightful Thanksgiving at her grandmother’s...
A delightful tale of love and tenderness during the Thanksgiving holidays, filled with charming detail, dialog and written with passion, joy and enthusiasm. Originally published in 1912, A Dear Little Girl's Thanksgiving Holidays, the final fourth installment from the author’s "Dear Little Girl" series will inspire young readers to celebrate with equal good-will, love and amusement.
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Amy Ella Blanchard (1856-1926) was a writer of children's literature. She was born in Baltimore, studied art in New York and Philadelphia, and for two years taught drawing and painting in Plainfield, N.J.. She wrote the "Corner" and "Little Maid" series. Her works include: Holly Berries (with Ida Waugh, 1881), Wee Babies (1882), Daisies and Raindrops (1882), Bonny Bairns (c1888), Twenty Little Maidens (1894), Two Girls (1894), Girls Together (1896), Taking a Stand (1896), A Girl of '76 (1898), A Sweet Little Maid (1899), A Heroine of 1812 (1901), A Frontier Knight (1905), The Four Corners (1906), Three Little Cousins (1907), The Four Corners in California (1907), The Four Corners at School (1908), Little Maid Marian (1908), The Four Corners Abroad (1909), When Mother Was a Little Girl (1909), The Four Corners in Camp (1910), The Four Corners in Japan (1912), The Four Corners in Egypt (1913), The Camp Fire Girls of Brightwood (1915), In Camp with the Muskoday Camp Fire Girls (1917) and others.
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Book Description CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2015. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1518643310