The book was published in May 1953 by Constable & Co. Ltd in London to glowing reviews. By September it had been reprinted three times, although, at this stage, it was not a best seller. It was eventually published in Australia in 1966. The film adaptation in 1976 lead to a resurgence in the book's popularity and bestseller status, with it being reprinted seven times that year, sixteen years after Caddie's death.
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