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Hesba Stretton
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Little Meg's Children

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Hesba Stretton (1832-1911) was the nom de plume of Sarah Smith, an English author of children's literature. The name Hesba came from the initials of her siblings. She was the daughter of a bookseller from Wellington, Shropshire, but around 1867 she moved south and lived at Snaresbrook and Loughton near Epping Forest and at Ham, near Richmond, Surrey. Her moral tales and se

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hardcover, 144 pages
Published 1970 by Johnson Reprint Corp. (first published 1868)
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Krista the Krazy Kataloguer
These Victorian Christian children's novels were designed to wring every last tear of sympathy out of the reader, and also served as a warning to walk the straight and narrow and endure life's hardships. I love it!
Steph VanderMeulen
This is not my edition. Mine is an antique clothbound published by the American Tract Society, n.d. Unfortunately, it's falling apart.
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Hesba Stretton (1832-1911) was the nom de plume of Sarah Smith, an English author of children's literature. The name Hesba came from the initials of her siblings. She was the daughter of a bookseller from Wellington, Shropshire, but around 1867 she moved south and lived at Snaresbrook and Loughton near Epping Forest and at Ham, near Richmond, Surrey. Her moral tales and semi-religious stories, chi ...more
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