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A Sunny Little Lass

Auhtor: Evelyn Raymond

Language: english

Genres:

classic
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Review by O. Brown, July 2005


Rating: (***)
Copyright: Public Domain in the U.S.
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Summary of the Book 'A Sunny Little Lass':

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Excerpts from the Book 'A Sunny Little Lass':


... ferry-house where the policeman had found Glory and her Angel was also the terminus of a great railway. Beyond the waiting-room were iron gates, ...
... but you're a hefty little darlin'! If I wasn't afraid to let you, I'd have ye walk a spell. But you might get runned over by some them ingines what ...
... shot through the other's heart. Oh, oh, I believe she's sick! Do 'Angels' ever get sick? But she isn't a truly 'Angel,' I know now. She's just ...
... firmness. Doctors had never interfered in her household save once, when Dennis, misguided man, had consulted one. And witness, everybody, hadn't ...
... was the first time she had entered the ranks of the seven other children which filled it to overflowing, and who were shooed into or out of it, according ...
... which lightened his. Alas! It wasn't very much of the good dinner was left, after the cat and her kittens had done with it, but such as remained ...
... Lass CHAPTER XIII. The Wonderful Ending Sure, and it's not meself can tackle the road, the day. As well be 'docked' for the end as the ...
... bridge, over to that Brooklyn where did reside a friend of the whole family with whom the baby would be safe till called for meanin' such time as ...
... Bo'sn curled beneath. This mite of a house stood at the crook of Elbow Lane, down by the approaches to the big bridge over East River, in a ...
... in any but the most contented spirit about his lot in life. Then he had twice lamented that he didn't know whatever was to become o' two poor creatur's ...
... for well he knew that of the stock he trusted to her, not a single goober would be extracted for her personal enjoyment and this was why he oftener ...
... you know 'em. If them orphans gets scolded now an' then it does 'em good. They ought to be. So'd you ought, if you don't get off to your peddlin'. ...
... what's smashed! Think you'll get a lot for yourself, don't you? Well, you won't an' you needn't look to, so there. Thus having rebuked her too ...
... By a roundabout way, Glory had hurried, breathlessly, to her tiny home, fearing that by some mischance grandpa might have returned to it, and that ...
... that was not to be till grandpa came. She hoped that would be at once, before they cooled for the burning of gas, their only fuel, was managed with ...
... comes again an' catches him unbeknownst. Don't you go fret, honey. Had your supper? No, Jane, an' it's such a splendid one. That lovely grocer ...
... a man on our force reports all the accidentses an' I'll see him to-night, when I go for my papers, an' get him to hunt, too. He's worth while ...
... once niggardly boy was ready with a plan that was even more astonishing. His thin face flushed and he pretended to pick a sliver from his foot as ...
... a radiance and beauty beyond anything the child of the Lane had ever dreamed. Meg's words and wish returned to her and, clasping her hands, she cried ...
... in the direction indicated and, also, that even Angels liked their commands to be immediately obeyed. For when she lingered a moment to exchange ...