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The Library of the World’s Best Literature. An Anthology in Thirty Volumes. 1917.

Jane Andrews (1833–1887)

Andrews, Jane. An American juvenile-story writer; born in Massachusetts in 1833; died in 1887. Among her stories for children, which have enjoyed great popularity, are: ‘Seven Little Sisters who Live on the Round Ball that Floats in the Air’ (1876); ‘The Stories Mother Nature Told’; ‘The Seven Little Sisters Prove their Sisterhood’ (1878); ‘Ten Boys on the Road from Long Ago to Now’ (1885); ‘Only a Year and What it Brought’ (1887).