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Summary of the Book 'A Day At The County Fair':
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Excerpts from the Book 'A Day At The County Fair':
... As Uncle Billy had planned, his car stood at the entrance gate, and he soon had the happy little party aboard. All the way home Jerry talked ... ... FAIR The girls are taken to the fair in a motor, but a slight delay occurs on the way. How they finally arrived at the fair ground ... ... HALLOWE'EN AT MERRYVALE For many days the boys had been looking forward to the party to be held at Toad Brown's house, but ... ... Fast Nine or, a Challenge from Fairfield They show the same team-work here as when in camp. The description of the final ... ... which had long puzzled older heads. Storm-bound or, a Vacation Among the Snow Drifts The boys start out on the ... ... and Uncle Billy says he'll bring us all back safely by six o'clock to-night. I do hope your mothers will allow you to go. Oh, mercy! I ... ... both girls flew to meet Beth, who had just stepped out of the car as it stopped before the house. Mrs. White followed the girls down the path ... ... sailing on an ocean of blue. Uncle Billy had headed the car toward the west and it sped down the country road, leaving the town of Merryvale ... ... haste the girls were soon swung up, one by one, to the top of the hay. Then Uncle Billy climbed on. All aboard! he shouted, and at the word ... ... All right it's a bargain, nodded Uncle Billy. You all wait here, he told the girls a few minutes later, as he helped them out of the ... ... and freckles will catch his, whispered Mary he looks just like a boy I know. Oh, I know whom you mean-Reddy, said Jerry with a smile. ... ... think of all the good pies it will make. I wonder if Cinderella's chariot was as big a pumpkin as that, mused Mary. What are those ... ... But suppose the rope should break? insisted Jerry as they hurried along. We'd let the gas escape from the bag, and that would make the balloon ... ... lurches the huge ball of gas rose slowly into the air. Oh, dear, I wish I'd never come! exclaimed the woman standing next to Jerry. Aren't ... ... Uncle Billy, I'll never forget it, said Jerry. I thought it would make you happy, was his answer. A Day at the County Fair CHAPTER ... ... they agreed, so leaning forward, until their heads were close together, he began: It happened a long time ago. I was just eight years old, ... ... and here comes the man who sold us the tickets. The crowd drew closer to the high box which served as a platform, as the man stepped upon ... ... voice, so close to the girls that it made them jump, and Uncle Billy strode forward to show his number and receive the doll. A roar of laughter ... ... very close in her arms, I shall call her 'Elizabeth Geraldine,' for her two aunts. A Day at the County Fair Alice Hale Burnett ... ... Club on October 24 1960. It is the only Christie first edition published in the UK that contains stories with both Hercule Poirot and Miss Marple, ...