Amy Le Feuvre (1861 - 1929)
Amelia Sophia Le Feuvre (1861 - 1929), better known as Amy Le Feuvre, was an English evangelical Christian writer of children's novels and short stories. She authored more than 65 books and wrote for several magazines including The Quiver. Le Feuvre prominently expressed her religious beliefs in the themes of her works. Although she often wrote under her own name, she also used the pseudonym Mary Thurston Dodge. Her debut novel, Eric's Good News, was first published in 1894, while her final novel, A Strange Courtship, was published 1931, two years after her death. Le Feuvre is best remembered for Teddy's Button, a 1896 novel that, like many of her novels, features a badly behaved child who has honourable intentions that are misunderstood by the adults.
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