Author:Isabella Macdonald Alden

Isabella Macdonald Alden

". . . Isabella Macdonald Alden, known and beloved by some millions of children as the author of the "Pansy" books . . . the audience of women broke into enthusiastic applause."— The San Francisco Call, April 4 1902

". . . Isabella Macdonald Alden of Philadelphia, who writes under the nom de plume of Pansy, read a paper on "The Religion of Childhood" which was largely a theological dissertation."— The Evening Star, April 18, 1900

Isabella Macdonald Alden

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  • Pansy
  • Agatha's unknown way
  • As in a mirror
  • Aunt Hannah and Martha and John
  • Bernie's White Chicken
  • Browning Boys
  • Browns at Mt. Hermon
  • Dorris Farrand's vocation
  • Ester Ried: asleep and awake
  • Ester Ried
  • Ester Ried's awakening
  • From different standpoints
  • Getting ahead
  • Hour with Miss Streator
  • Interrupted night
  • Julia Ried
  • King's daughter
  • Lesson in story. Pansy's lesson book for boys and girls
  • Links in Rebecca's life
  • Little by little
  • Little people in picture and story
  • Lost on the trail
  • Mag and Margaret (transcription project)
  • Making Fate (transcription project)
  • Man of the house
  • Miss Priscilla Hunter, and My daughter Susan
  • Missent
  • Modern prophets and other sketches
  • New graft on the family tree
  • Pansy's home story book
  • Pauline
  • Pictures and stories of Jesus
  • Prince of peace
  • Randolphs
  • Ruth Erskine's son
  • Sidney Martin's Christmas
  • Six little girls
  • Sunset gate
  • Teacher's helper
  • Three people
  • Three times three; a story for young people
  • Tip Lewis and his lamp
  • Tony Keating's surprises
  • Two boys
  • Yesterday framed in to-day; a story of the Christ, and how to-day received him

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Some or all works by this author are in the public domain in the United States because they were published before January 1, 1929.

This author died in 1930, so works by this author are in the public domain in countries and areas where the copyright term is the author's life plus 93 years or less. These works may be in the public domain in countries and areas with longer native copyright terms that apply the rule of the shorter term to foreign works.


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