Annie Fellows Johnston


Born
in Evansville, Indiana, The United States
May 15, 1863

Died
October 05, 1931

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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.

Average rating: 4.03 · 1,207 ratings · 135 reviews · 72 distinct works
The Three Weavers

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The Little Colonel

3.72 avg rating — 170 ratings — published 1895 — 47 editions
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The Little Colonel's House ...

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Joel a Boy of Galilee

4.13 avg rating — 96 ratings — published 1992 — 25 editions
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The Little Colonel at Board...

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The Little Colonel's Holidays

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The Little Colonel's Knight...

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The Little Colonel's Christ...

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4.21 avg rating — 48 ratings — published 1905 — 28 editions
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Mary Ware, the Little Colon...

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The Little Colonel: Maid of...

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More books by Annie Fellows Johnston…
The Little Colonel Two Little Knights of Kentucky The Little Colonel's House ... The Little Colonel's Holidays The Little Colonel's Hero The Little Colonel at Board... The Little Colonel in Arizona
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“The world looks very different to me now at twenty. I have outgrown my early opinions and ideals with my short dresses, just as Mrs. Walton said we would. Now the critics can say 'Thou waitest till thy woman's fingers wrought the best that lay within thy woman's heart.”
Annie Fellows Johnston

“I’ve got something so lovely to think about that I’d like to go back and sit down in the garden, and just think and think until dark without being interrupted by anybody.”
Annie Fellows Johnston, The Gate of the Giant Scissors

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