Author:Harriett Mulford Stone Lothrop

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Harriett Mulford Stone Lothrop
(1844–1924)
Pseudonym Margaret Sidney. American writer. In addition to writing popular children's stories, she ran her husband Daniel Lothrop's publishing company after his death. Best known works are Five Little Peppers and its 11 sequels
Harriett Mulford Stone Lothrop

Works[edit]

(Incomplete list)

Five Little Peppers series[edit]

  • Five Little Peppers and How They Grew (1881)
  • Five Little Peppers Midway (1890)
  • Five Little Peppers Grown Up (1892)
  • Five Little Peppers: Phronsie Pepper (1897)
  • Five Little Peppers: The Stories Polly Pepper Told (1899)
  • Five Little Peppers: The Adventures of Joel Pepper (1900)
  • Five Little Peppers Abroad (1902)
  • Five Little Peppers At School (1903)
  • Five Little Peppers and Their Friends (1904)
  • Five Little Peppers: Ben Pepper (1905)
  • Five Little Peppers in the Little Brown House (1907)
  • Five Little Peppers: Our Davie Pepper (1916)

Others[edit]

  • So as by Fire (Boston, 1881)
  • Half Year at Bronckton (1882)
  • The Pettibone Name (1883), a novel of New England life
  • What the Seven Did (1883)
  • Who Told it to Me (1884)
  • Ballad of the Lost Hare (1884)
  • The Golden West (1885)
  • How they Went to Europe (1885)
  • Hester, and other New England Stories (1886)
  • The Minute-Man (1886)
  • Two Modern Little Princes (1887)
  • Dilly and the Captain (1887)
  • St. George and the Dragon (1888)
  • The Judges' Cave; Being a Romance of the New Haven Colony in the Days of the Regicides, 1661 (1900)
  • A Little Maid of Concord Town (1898)
  • A Little Maid of Boston Town (1910)

Works about Lothrop[edit]


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 1924, 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 80 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.