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Annie Fellows Johnston

Annie Fellows Johnston (1863–1931) was an American author of children's fiction who wrote the popular The 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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Remember, men need laughter sometimes more than food.

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That's all that death is ... Just a going away into another country ... Only the separation is harde ...

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I've come to believe that every one who reaches the best that life holds for him reaches it through ...

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The world looks very different to me now at twenty. I have outgrown my early opinions and ideals wit ...

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The little dog-eared books in the meeting-house proved poor reading ... So many of them were about u ...

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we are just as apt to meet the grandmothers as the wolves when we go traveling.

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I have to be by myself when I write, and I never know how long it will take. It is like making butte ...

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To callow wings no flight is too high to attempt. At sixteen all things are possible.

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