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A Child Story Garden

Auhtor: Elizabeth Heber

Language: english

Genres:

classic
Downloads: 153
eBook size: 302Kb

Review by Chandler, July 2005


Rating: (***)
Copyright: Public Domain in the U.S.
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Excerpts from the Book 'A Child Story Garden':

... of wind came, and the leaf let go, without thinking of it, and the wind took it up and turned it over and over, and whirled it like a spark of fire ...
... Baby's eyes are opening, and we must hide, and each dimple nestled away in baby's cheeks. Then her big, blue eyes opened wide, to see the sunbeams ...
... to himself: Before I go on my way I will once more look at my old home. And he entered the gate, and as he was walking up the path he heard a voice, ...
... halls, never pausing until he reached the throne room, and there he stopped and stood looking in surprise and amazement, for there on his throne sat ...
... some time or other with exactly such a face as that. Oh, tell me about it, mother. Will it really come true? eagerly inquired Ernest. ...
... Ernest, with all the others of the village, left their work and went to the woods, where the banquet was held. A great crowd surrounded the tables, ...
... when I read your beautiful words, I think surely you are worthy to be the man I have longed to see, and yet I see no likeness. The poet sadly ...
... far away land of Ur a man who was very wealthy. His name was Abraham. The country in which he lived was beautiful and very rich. The fields were not ...
... one day, when he was returning from a visit to his herdsmen and was resting beside a well in the grove which he had planted in Beersheba, he heard ...
... of the child? she said. And the princess said, Go. What did Miriam do, do you think? She ran as fast as she could and brought the baby's ...
... Lord said to Samuel: He is not the chosen one. Then Samuel asked Jesse to call his second son. But when the Lord read his thoughts He ...
... in heaven shall tell thee the interpretation of thy dreams. And Joseph spoke to the king as God gave him wisdom, and told him the meaning of his ...
... me ruler, so that I have been able to save many people from the famine. Then the brothers drew near, and Joseph wept with them, for he loved ...
... and paused a moment before the great anvil. Then he swung the sword, once, twice, thrice, about his head, and then brought it down onto the iron. ...
... carpenters worked day after day. At last the strong and stately ship was finished. It glided gracefully into the water and sailed away. Pine ...
... lived there. He looked up and saw the ridge-pole, which had once been Pine Tree. Oh! he said, I have found what I have long been looking for. ...
... against the church. He was fast asleep. His face was beautiful, and seemed clothed in a golden light. Beside him, tied in a cloth, were a square, ...
... and shadeless. In the orchard the fruit dropped, scorched and dried by the sun. When the grains were gathered one-half of the crop had been destroyed ...
... and among the branches were huge cages, and the cages were filled with birds. Oh! they were all there-the robin, the bluebird, the lark and the oriole-birds ...
... his gold. The horse has rung the bell for justice, and justice he shall have, said the judge. Go, bring the old knight to me. The knight ...