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    Georgina of the Rainbows

    by Annie Fellows Johnston

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    1916. Annie Fellows Johnston was a celebrated author of children's and juvenile fiction. She is best known for the Little Colonel series, a semi- biographical opus of 13 novels dealing with the aristocracy of old Kentucky, particularly the story of a young girl, who came to be known as the little Colonel because of her bully mannerisms at the age of 5 which seemed to echo the military traits of her grandfather, a former confederate colonel. Georgina of the Rainbows is one of her later books. It begins: If old Jeremy Clapp had not sneezed his teeth into the fire that winter day this story might have had a more seemly beginning; but, being a true record, it must start with that sneeze, because it was the first happening in Georgina Huntingdon's life which she could remember distinctly. See other titles by this author available from Kessinger Publishing.

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