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Benet, Laura. "Kate Douglas Wiggin." In Famous Storytellers for Young People.

New York: Dodd, Mead, 1968. A brief biographical sketch with little discussion of individual works.

Benner, Helen Frances. Kate Douglas Wiggin's Country of Childhood. Orono: University of Maine Press, 1956. A comprehensive biography, bibliography, and critical analysis of individual works. Published on the hundredth anniversary of Wiggin's birth, this work attempts "to record, from all available material, the story of Mrs. Wiggin's life, which had not previously been told to anyone outside her family circle; and to make some evaluation of her literary work and her role in the development of literature in Maine."

Cooper, Frederick Taber. "Kate Douglas Wiggin." In Some American Story Tellers. New York: Henry Holt, 1911. A complimentary description of Wiggin's romanticism in the "Rebecca" books and sophistication in the "Penelope" books.

Mason, Miriam E. Kate Douglas Wiggin: The Little Schoolteacher. Indianapolis...

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