|Anna Barbauld. Little Stories for Children. Being Easy Lessons Adapted to the Capacities of Youth. Selected and Enlarged by J. Stephens.|
|Elibron Classics, 2001, 146 pages.|
ISBN 9781402173974 paperback
ISBN 9781402112775 hardcover
Replica of 1839 edition by J. H. Truchy, Paris.
|To which are added short tales by Mrs. Opie, Dr. Aikin, etc.|
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|Anna Laetitia Barbauld (1743-1825), list of works|
|Anna Barbauld's experiences teaching English to young boys led to her publication of Lessons for Children in 1778; however, Barbauld is remembered largely for her proponence of Unitarian philosophy in such works as Civic Sermons and Hymns in Prose for Children. Also an abolitionist and pacifist, Barbauld was so outspoken about her beliefs that many of her critics branded her as "unfeminine."|
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