Amy Ella Blanchard Books

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A Dear Little Girl

  [english | 1910]  

Amy Ella Blanchard


Excerpts: [... and had promised to take Edna in charge and deliver her safely at her aunt's very door. The rising sun was lighting up the mountain tops and finding ...... place even in winter weather. In the center was a circular coping from which a flight of steps led down to a spring, the water of which ran constantly ...... see, said Maggie, he's kinder skeert o' most folks, 'cause they've ...]
Genres: [fiction and literature | young readersDownloads: 478

A Dear Little Girl At School

  [english | 1910]  

Amy Ella Blanchard


Excerpts: [... I suppose so.. Cousin Ben went on burnishing the metal he was at work upon. You see, he continued after a moment, the catkins will all be out ...... what a Freshman was but the matter of hazing was quite new to her and troubled her very much. Cousin Ben had gone out alone to the woods. Perhaps this ...... very happy about having to be in the class with such little girls. Mrs. ...]
Genres: [young readersDownloads: 45

A Dear Little Girl Thanksgiving Holidays

  [english | 1912]  

Amy Ella Blanchard


Excerpts: [... and uncles that can get there. Aunt Lucia and Uncle Bert and of course Aunt Alice and her boys, Ben and his brother. Ben will have to go, and I'm ...... She was not so old as you when she did it.. Edna crossed the room and knelt on a chair in front of the sampler. It was dim with age, but she could ...... It fair makes my mouth water to think of it pies and cakes and doughnuts and ...]
Genres: [young readersDownloads: 191

Little Maid Marian

  [english | 1908]  

Amy Ella Blanchard


Excerpts: [... From the ladder one could reach a long limb of a scraggy apple tree upon which hung early apples nearly ripe. Marian went up the ladder very carefully, ...... on the step. Dorothy made a wry face. Toothacre or some kind of acher I should think, she said to herself. She looked sour enough to be several?kinds ...... height, plump and keen-eyed. She wore an old-fashioned gown?and a ...]
Genres: [religion | young readersDownloads: 306