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A Little Maid Of Province Town

Auhtor: Alice Turner Curtis

Language: english
Published: 1913

Genres:

history,  fiction and literature,  young readers
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Review by Bob Tobias, September 2007


Rating: (*****)
Copyright: Public Domain in the U.S.
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Excerpts from the Book 'A Little Maid Of Province Town':

... and that like as not the men will land and burn down the houses and kill all the cows. Anne looked at Mrs. Stoddard questioningly. Nonsense. responded ...
... There was one question she longed to ask Mrs. Stoddard, yet almost feared to ask. As they reached the summit of the hill and turned for a look at ...
... of a spy. Beggar-child. Beggar-child.. But their taunts vanished in splutterings and pleas for mercy for at their first word Anne had sprung upon ...
... barley sugar, a great treat in those days. We'll be getting you some sort of foot-gear before long, too, promised Mrs. Stoddard. I have enough ...
... slope and along the edge of the marsh. Maybe 'twill come again, she thought, as she reached the little oak tree and sat down where she had slept ...
... her head, and without a backward look at the child by the spring kept on her way toward home. She had much to tell her Aunt Martha, who listened, well ...
... to her. Anne knew that they were very near the Truro beach. She could see the big waves dashing up in a long curving line, and as they came round ...
... this autumn and it be good news.. Shall I go to school, Aunt Martha. questioned Anne, looking up from her knitting. Mrs. Stoddard nodded, smiling ...
... and there's lots of beach-plums grow on this island, I've heard folks say and we'll cook those fish and I'll bet I can find mussels along the ...
... they had just left. The dory was drawn up beyond reach of the tide, the oar hidden under the sand, and the children started on their walk toward home. ...
... of his neighbors, following him to urge him to come home.. Anne looked at the picture eagerly. She had never seen pictures in a book before, and ...
... Uncle Enos. exclaimed Anne, if there be a chance to send a letter could you not write for me. It may be when I can write there will be no chance ...
... and Captain Enos finished the letter, and Anne went up-stairs to bed. I have a plan to take a cargo of fish to Boston, Martha, said Captain ...
... and repeated:. It is I, Uncle Enos.. Where on earth did you come from. he exclaimed. Anne pointed toward the cabin. How did you get ...
... a message for the Newburyport men to be ready to join us, but I see no way of getting out of Boston. You're a brave man, Captain Stoddard, to come into ...
... up in her lap. The Freemans do not eat in their kitchen, said Anne, as they sat down to supper they eat in a square room with a shining floor, ...
... the thing to put a row of Starkweather boys on.. The youngest is but two years old, said Mrs. Stoddard 'Tis like he will find our bed a good ...
... Stoddard gave her consent for Anne to go next day with the Carys. I will bake you a molasses cake to carry, she said if it were a few ...
... as they went down to the beach to watch the fishing-boats come in. Yes, agreed Amanda I guess that Amos could sail a boat to Boston before he ...
... hand on the dark head. No, oh, no. replied Anne, not unless my father and Aunt Martha and Uncle Enos go with me.. . Recommended ReadingLoved ...