A major star like Shirley Temple was the subject of countless numbers of publications inspired by her life and movies in the 1930s.  Here are two that you can take a look at if you stop by U. Iowa Special Collections & University Archives:

Shirley Temple, by Jerome Beatty.  Akron, O., NewYork, The Saalfield publishing company [c1935] See it in the catalog.

Shirley Temple in “Heidi” / Darryl F. Zanuck in charge of production.  Akron, Ohio : Saalfield Pub. Co„ c1937. See it in the catalog.

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    I have always really loved Shirley Temple, and “Heidi” was one of those movies I watched repeatedly.
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    Our division-wide staff meeting today opened with a very unexpected but still interesting tribute to Ms. Temple.
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