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Media Citation (by page)

Introduction and Abstract: Jessie Wilcox Smith.

Chronology: Jessie Wilcox Smith.

Bibliography: Jessie Wilcox Smith, 1915.

Little Women: Jessie Wilcox Smith.  “Jo and Beth.” 

A Little Princess: Tudor, Tasha. A Little Princess.

The Secret Garden: Charles Robinson, The Secret Garden: 1911 edition.

Little House on the Prairie: Garth Williams.  The Little House on the Prairie.  Chapter Five, “The House on the Prairie.”

By the Shores of Silver Lake: Garth Williams.  By the Shores of Silver Lake.  Chapter Five, “Railroad Camp.”

The Velveteen Rabbit: William Nicholson, The Velveteen Rabbit.  (Public Domain). 

About the Author: Jessie Wilcox Smith.

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