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A Dear Little Girl

Auhtor: Amy Ella Blanchard

Language: english
Published: 1910

Genres:

fiction and literature,  young readers
Downloads: 478
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Review by Dr. Bojan Tunguz, May 2009


Rating: (****)
Copyright: Public Domain in the U.S.
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Excerpts from the Book 'A Dear Little Girl':

... 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 tret him so bad. The way I come to git him was when Annie Flynn an' Han Murphy ...
... But he only asked, Have you had some dinner, little girl. Then he laid his hand gently on her head and walked on. Next the front door again ...
... hands washed, and an apron covering her ragged frock, for she was thin and hollow-eyed, with pallid cheeks and bony little hands, which worked convulsively ...
... a happy hour did the two children spend playing together therefore, when Edna felt that some stern decree had been passed upon Louis, her little tender ...
... anger against Louis, and she went up stairs singing a little song to herself. And a half hour later the two might have been heard laughing merrily over ...
... Friendlesses, and then I helped to make some of the pretty things, and I do want to hear the singing, and see how it looks lighted up.. Uncle ...
... exciting to be present this last evening of the fair, for everyone was anxious to make the most of it, and Edna thought it great fun to watch the auctioneer ...
... but she had not time then to think much of the matter, for by this time they had reached the Home where Maggie was. This was not visitors' day, ...
... spirit of the occasion. You are on your honor, girls, Agnes told them, and I don't believe there is one here mean enough to slight her work. So even ...
... happened to the carriage on the way, so we were too late for the morning train. You didn't have school, of course. I found Miss Ashurst's note when ...
... mother, and I am sure is often homesick, and longs for her own little playmates.. You must bring her out often, replied motherly Mrs. Evans. I ...
... she told Edna. Did you enjoy your walk.. [Illustration: MISS AGNES.]. Yes, replied she but I'm awfully tired.. Come cuddle up here by me, ...
... it. I feel headachy.. You and Edna look just the same way, declared Dorothy. And sure enough, both showed well-developed cases of measles. Edna ...
... bidding her good-by pleasantly, and telling her that they should hope to see her in the country often. The latch of the door being up, Edna went ...
... And he began tenderly to wipe off the stains of blood. Come in and let mother wash it off, he continued. You call mother, Steve, he said to the ...
... Louis had gone away.. Why, Ellen did, replied Edna. So I had gone. piped up Louis I went with papa and mamma to the hotel. They came this ...
... far.. Mr. Conway looked at his wife. That would not be a bad idea, he said. It would be an excellent one provided we can find the right place. ...
... well versed in the particular subject. The stories are timely. At the same time the books make absorbing reading. Each book has no less than eight ...