Stephen, Sir Leslie, and Sidney Lee, editors. The Dictionary of National Biography. Smith, Elder, 1908.
Standard Name: Keary, Annie
Birth Name: Annie Keary
Pseudonym: A. K.
Pseudonym: The Author of Mia and Charlie
Pseudonym: The Author of Castle Daly
Pseudonym: The Author of Janet's Home
, writing in the second half of the nineteenth century, produced both children's books and adult novels, as well as some translation and journalism, sometimes in collaboration with her sister Eliza. Her fiction for children is refreshingly imaginative and conveys morals less intrusively than that of many contemporaries. Her books of information for children cover geography and ancient history. Her letters include much that is still worth reading.
Keary, Annie. A Doubting Heart. Macmillan, 1879.
Keary, Annie. A York and a Lancaster Rose. Macmillan, 1876.
Keary, Annie. Castle Daly. Macmillan, 1875.
Keary, Annie. Clemency Franklyn. Macmillan, 1866.
Keary, Annie, and Eliza Keary. Early Egyptian History for the Young. Macmillan, 1861.
Keary, Annie. Father Phim. Editor Avery, Gillian, Faith Press, 1962.
Keary, Annie. “Introduction”. Father Phim, edited by Gillian Avery, Faith Press, 1962, pp. 7-20.
Keary, Annie. Janet’s Home. Macmillan, 1863.
Keary, Annie. Letters of Annie Keary. Editor Keary, Eliza, Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge, 1883.
Keary, Annie, and Eliza Keary. Little Wanderlin. Macmillan, 1865.
Keary, Annie. Mia and Charlie. David Bogue, 1856.
Keary, Annie. Oldbury. Macmillan, 1869.
Keary, Annie. Sidney Grey. David Bogue, 1857.
Keary, Annie, and Eliza Keary. The Heroes of Asgard. David Bogue, 1857.
Keary, Annie. The Nations Around. Macmillan, 1870.
Keary, Annie. Through the Shadows. Hurst and Blackett, 1859.