Mrs. Dean's Way by Pansy.
Victorian Era Evangelical Literature
"We mention first the Pansy Books. These lead naturally from the fact that Pansy is herself a leader. She inspires with her enthusiasm, she wins with her sympathy. Her characters are real live people, such as one meets every day. They have the trials, perplexities, joys of actual life, and Pansy brings them out of troubles such as fall to ordinary mortals in a way that helps, cheers, guides and builds up character."—Lothrop Publishing Company (1893).
Obeying the Call by Pansy. This is a shorter version of The Chautauqua Girls at Home.
The Older Brother; A Story of Self-denials by Pansy.
The Story of Lawrence Hammond, "The Older Brother" of the family, and how, denying himself for others, he won success and happiness for all.—Lothrop Publishing Company (1899).
Our Boys and Girls at Home and Abroad by Pansy.
A score of short stories which originally appeared in the delightful magazine, "The Pansy," have been here brought together in collected form with the illustrations which originally accompanied them. They are from the pens of various authors, and are bright, instructive and entertaining.—D. Lothrop & Company (1879).
Pansies for Thoughts, from the writings of Pansy (compiled by Grace Livingston Hill).