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

Laura Elizabeth Richards (1850–1943)

Richards, Laura Elizabeth. An American writer of juvenile books, daughter of Julia Ward Howe; born at Boston, Feb. 27, 1850; died in 1943. She published a great number of children’s books, among them being: ‘Five Mice’ (1880); ‘Our Baby’s Favorite’ (1881); ‘Tell-Tale from Hill and Dale’ (1886); and ‘Toto’s Merry Winter’; ‘The Piccolo’; ‘The Greek Revolution’; ‘Miss Jimmy’ (1912); ‘The Little Master’ (1913); ‘Life of Julia Ward Howe’ (with Maud Howe Elliott: 1916).