Annie Fellows Johnston

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Annie Fellows Johnston (1863–1931) was an American author of children's fiction who wrote the popular "Little Colonel" series, which was the basis for the 1935 Shirley Temple film The Little Colonel. She was born and grew up in McCutchanville, Indiana, a small unincorporated town near Evansville, Indiana.

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  • The Little Colonel (1895)
  • The Gate of the Giant Scissors (1898)
  • Two Little Knights of Kentucky (1899)
  • The Little Colonel's House Party (1900)
  • The Little Colonel's Holiday (1901)
  • The Little Colonel's Hero (1902)
  • The Little Colonel at Boarding School (1904)
  • The Little Colonel in Arizona (1904)
  • The Desert of Waiting (1905)
  • The Little Colonel's Christmas Vacation (1905)
  • The Little Colonel: Maid of Honor (1906)
  • Travelers Five (1911)
  • Legend of the Bleeding Heart (1907)
  • Little Colonel's Knight Comes Riding (1907)
  • The Little Colonel's Chum: Mary Ware (1908)
  • The Rescue of the Princess Winsome (1908)
  • Mary Ware in Texas (1910)
  • Mary Ware's Promised Land (1912)
  • Miss Santa Claus of the Pullman (1913)
  • Georgina of the Rainbows (1916)
  • Georgina's Service Stars (1918)

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