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Amanda Minnie Douglas was an American writer who composed works primarily for younger audiences. Although her early efforts were highly "didactic" works in keeping with the Victorian mores of the time, she later began to write in a more modern mode. During this period, she updated a number of classic fairy tales and folk tales for early-twentieth-century audiences. Her charming take on The Old Woman Who Lived in a Shoe is sure to capture...
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