Margaret Sidney was the pseudonym of American author Harriett Mulford Stone Lothrop She published nothing until 1878, at the age of 34, when she began sending short stories to Wide Awake, a children's magazine in Boston. Two of her stories, “Polly Pepper's Chicken Pie” and “Phronsie Pepper's New Shoes,” proved to be very popular with readers. Daniel Lothrop, the editor of the magazine, requested that Stone write more. The success of Harriett's short stories prompted her to write the now-famous “Five Little Peppers” series.
Five Little Peppers, Our Davie Pepperby Margaret Sidney, Alice Barbar Stephens
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The 4th book in the “Five Little Peppers” series. This book focuses mainly on the adventures of Davie Pepper. Davie wants to be helper to Mother Pepper and is willing to do whatever he can to lend a hand. This book shows his courage and his compassionate heart. A charming look at things from Davies perspective during the time the Pepper family lived in “The Little Brown House”.
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