Author:Ethel Sibyl Turner

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Ethel Turner
(1872–1958)
English-born (as Ethel Mary Burwell), Australian novelist and children's literature writer. Best remembered for her first novel, Seven Little Australians (1894) together with its sequels The Family at Misrule (1895) and Little Mother Meg (1902) Pen names: Ethel Turner, Mrs. Curlewis.
Ethel Turner

Works[edit]

Woolcots series[edit]

Other books[edit]

  • The Story of a Baby (1895) Project Gutenberg IA
  • Little Larrikin (1896) [1]
  • The Little Duchess, and Other Stories IA
  • Miss Bobbie (1897)
  • Camp at Wandining (1898)
  • Gum Leaves (1900)
  • Three Little Maids (1900) IA
  • Wonder Child (1901) Project Gutenberg
  • Raft in the Bush (1902)
  • Betty & Co (1903)
  • Mothers Little Girl (1904)
  • White Roofed Tree (1905)
  • In the Mist of the Mountains (1906) Project Gutenberg; IA
  • Walking to School (1907)
  • Stolen Voyage (1907)
  • Happy Hearts (1908)
  • That Girl (1908)
  • Birthday Book (1909)
  • Fugitives from Fortune (1909)
  • Fair Ines (1910) IA
  • An Ogre up to Date (1911)
  • Apple of Happiness (1911)
  • Fifteen & Fair (1911)
  • Ports & Happy Havens (1911)
  • Tiny House (1911)
  • Secret of the Sea (1913)
  • Flower O' the Pine (1914)
  • The Cub (1915)
  • John of Daunt (1916) IA
  • Captain Cub (1917)
  • St. Tom & The Dragon (1918)
  • Brigid & the Cub (1919)
  • Laughing Water (1920)
  • King Anne (1921)
  • Jennifer J. (1922)
  • Sunshine Family (1923) (with Jean Curlewis, her daughter)

Short works from magazines[edit]

Poems[edit]


  1. A semi-autobiographical novel


Some or all works by this author are in the public domain in the United States because they were published before January 1, 1924.


The author died in 1958, so works by this author are also in the public domain in countries and areas where the copyright term is the author's life plus 60 years or less. Works by this author may also 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.