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Little Daughter
Lothrop, Lee and Shepard Co Boston (1895) - Presumed First Edition. Bertha G. Davidson dustjacket art and illustrations. Small octavo, original illustrated cloth and dustjacket, 178 pages. Novel intended for young adults. "The second of The Hazlewood Stories by Grace Le Baron is a book which like its predecessor Little Miss Faith can be placed with impunity in the hands of any child between seven and fourteen years of age. The story of Little Daughter is one of moral teaching and general instruction so interwoven with incidents of pleasure as to make it of interest to older readers as well as the children. It tells of the child life of a girl and shows that little people not only have a place but an influence in the world and much good can be accomplished by the little word of kindness. Little Daughter like Little Miss Faith is an independent story in itself but we venture to say that all who read it will enjoy it and desire a closer acquaintance with the first of The Hazlewood Stories". Near Fine in Very Good dustjacket, inch chip at lower spine end, coin sized chip at top rear panel. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
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