This booklet is exactly what it says—a checklist—doubtless used by many collectors before the internet! Written by Joanna Paulsen, it was published by Amereon House in 1981. Its preface contains a very brief biography.
Just a few minor corrections to the list:
- A Colonial Girl" was NOT written by Grace Livingston Hill. It was written by Grace Livingston Furniss and Abbey Sage Richardson.
- Several books are missing, but they may have been unknown to Paulsen in those days before the internet made finding Grace's books a whole lot easier. "Pansies for Thoughts" (1888) was a devotional that Grace put together using quotes from her aunt's Pansy books. Grace also contributed to "A Sevenfold Trouble" (1889) and "The Kaleidoscope" (1892), which were co-written with Pansy, other members of her family and their friends. "The Christian Endeavor Hour with Light for the Leader" (1896) is also missing from the list. It was co-written with her husband, Frank.
- There are three titles incorrectly listed under 1934, but they are also correctly listed under 1935.
- This list of books by Grace's mother, Mrs. C.M. Livingston (Marcia Macdonald Livingston), is incomplete. You can see the complete list of Marcia's books here.
- Grace's daughter, Ruth Livingston Hill, is incorrectly identified as Grace's sister. The list of her books is incomplete. You can see the complete list of Ruth's books here.
- The list of books by Grace's daughter, Margaret Livingston Hill, is incomplete. You can see the complete list of Margaret's books here.