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THE LITTLE COLONEL'S CHRISTMAS VACATION. #6 in the series. by  Annie Fellows (1863-1931) Johnston - Hardcover - (1926 c 1905) - from Bookfever.com, IOBA and Biblio.com

THE LITTLE COLONEL'S CHRISTMAS VACATION. #6 in the series.

by Johnston, Annie Fellows (1863-1931)

Condition: Very goood overall in beige illustrated boards.


Boston:: L. C. Page & Co.,, (1926 c 1905). Very goood overall in beige illustrated boards.. 24th printing. Johnston 's most popular series - the Little Colonel, who was only 5 in the first book, is now at a boarding school. The character of The Little Colonel is based on a real girl - Hattie Cochran - and the setting is a fictionalized version of Pewee Valley, Kentucky, which Johnston loved from her first visit in 1895, and which she made her permanent home. The first book in the series was the basis of the 1935 film starring Shirley Temple. Illustrated with a frontispiece and 7 glossy inserted plates by Etheldred B. Barry. 333 pp plus 10 pp of publisher's advertisements.
  • Bookseller: Bookfever.com, IOBA US (US)
  • Bookseller Inventory #: 71739
  • Title: THE LITTLE COLONEL'S CHRISTMAS VACATION. #6 in the series.
  • Author: Johnston, Annie Fellows (1863-1931)
  • Book condition: Used - Very goood overall in beige illustrated boards.
  • Binding: Hardcover
  • Publisher: L. C. Page & Co.,
  • Place: Boston:
  • Date published: (1926 c 1905)
  • Keywords: southwest,
  • Bookseller catalogs: Juvenile Series;
  • Subjects: JUVENILE FICTION / General;


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