At the Circulating Library Author Information: Lizzie Ellen Tiddeman
Author: Lizzie Ellen Tiddeman (1849–1937)
Biography: Lizzie Ellen Tiddeman was born in 1849 in London, the daughter of Frederick Augustus Tiddeman and Rosina Tiddeman. She was educated in London and abroad. In her late twenties, she made literature her career, writing novels and children's books as well as contributing to periodicals. She never married and lived with her mother and sister Florence (an artist) for most of her life in Lambeth. Tiddeman died in 1937 in Lambeth.
References: British Census (1881, 1891, 1901); Who's Who (1897)
- In the Leafy Month of June: A Novel. 1 vol. London: Sonnenschein, 1887.
- Dr. Rollison's Dilemma: also, The Traitor Doubt. 1 vol. London: Simpkin, 1890.
- Prim's Story. 1 vol. London: Blackie, 1892.
- Daisy and her Friends. 1 vol. London: Blackie, 1894.
- A Tale told by Two. 1 vol. London: James Hogg, 1894.
- Marjorie. 1 vol. London: Blackie, 1895.
- A Humble Heroine. 1 vol. Edinburgh: W. & R. Chambers, 1895.
- Taking French Leave. 1 vol. London: National Society's Depository, 1896.
- Bogie and Fluff: A Story. 1 vol. London: Blackie, 1896.
- A Fairy Grandmother: or, Madge Ridd, a Little London Waif. 1 vol. Edinburgh: W. & R. Chambers, 1897.
- Young Chris. 1 vol. London: Alexander Gardner, 1897.
- Angelica's Troubles. 1 vol. London: Sunday School Union, 1897.
- Reine's Kingdom. 1 vol. London: National Society's Depository, 1899.
- What Mother Said. 1 vol. London: Blackie, 1899.
- The Sea-Bird. 1 vol. London: Ernest Nister, 1899.
- The Apple of his Eye: A Story. 1 vol. London: Jarrold and Son, 1900.
- Celia's Conquest. 1 vol. Edinburgh: W. & R. Chambers, 1900.