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The Story of the Red Cross as told to The Little Colonel   By: (1863-1931)

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The Story of the Red Cross as told to The Little Colonel by Annie F. Johnston is a captivating account that sheds light on the inspiring work of the Red Cross, as narrated through the eyes of a young protagonist.

The book follows the heartwarming journey of The Little Colonel, as she discovers the importance and impact of the Red Cross organization. From the very first page, the author successfully transports readers into a world teeming with compassion, courage, and the determination to make a difference.

Annie F. Johnston's writing style is engrossing, effortlessly drawing readers in and holding their attention until the very end. Her skillful storytelling creates a vivid backdrop, full of rich historical context and emotional depth. The seamless integration of facts and fiction allows readers to delve into the inner workings of the Red Cross, offering a comprehensive understanding of its mission and significance.

One of the standout aspects of this book is the character development. The Little Colonel serves as a relatable and endearing protagonist, displaying remarkable growth throughout the story. From her initial hesitations and doubts, to her eventual realization of the importance of volunteering and selflessness, the journey of The Little Colonel resonates deeply with readers of all ages.

Additionally, The Story of the Red Cross stands out for its ability to evoke a range of emotions. From moments of heartache and despair to instances of hope and triumph, the book takes readers on an emotional rollercoaster that leaves a lasting impact. Johnston's adeptness at capturing the nuances of human compassion and resilience shines through, making the book an emotionally resonant reading experience.

Furthermore, the book's portrayal of the Red Cross and its humanitarian efforts is both informative and inspiring. Johnston effortlessly weaves in the organization's history and its tireless dedication to aiding those in need, showcasing the unwavering commitment of its volunteers. The book serves as a poignant reminder of the profound impact that even small acts of kindness can have on individuals and communities.

Overall, The Story of the Red Cross as told to The Little Colonel is a compelling and engaging read. Annie F. Johnston's masterful storytelling, combined with the powerful themes of compassion and service, make this book a must-read for anyone interested in the history of the Red Cross or in stories of resilience and empathy.

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=The Little Colonel Series=

( Trade Mark, Reg. U.S. Pat. Of. )

Each one vol., large 12mo, cloth, illustrated

The Little Colonel Stories $1.50 (Containing in one volume the three stories, "The Little Colonel," "The Giant Scissors," and "Two Little Knights of Kentucky.") The Little Colonel's House Party 1.50 The Little Colonel's Holidays 1.50 The Little Colonel's Hero 1.50 The Little Colonel at Boarding School 1.50 The Little Colonel in Arizona 1.50 The Little Colonel's Christmas Vacation 1.50 The Little Colonel: Maid of Honor 1.50 The Little Colonel's Knight Comes Riding 1.50 The Little Colonel's Chum: Mary Ware 1.50 Mary Ware in Texas 1.50 Mary Ware's Promised Land 1.50 The above 12 vols., boxed , as a set 18.00

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