Cover of A Dear Little Girl Thanksgiving Holidays

A Dear Little Girl Thanksgiving Holidays

Auhtor: Amy Ella Blanchard

Language: english
Published: 1912

Genres:

young readers
Downloads: 191
eBook size: 214Kb

Review by A. Dent, March 2007


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

... and uncles that can get there. Aunt Lucia and Uncle Bert and of course Aunt Alice and her boys, Ben and his brother. Ben will have to go, and I'm ...
... She was not so old as you when she did it.. Edna crossed the room and knelt on a chair in front of the sampler. It was dim with age, but she could ...
... It fair makes my mouth water to think of it pies and cakes and doughnuts and jellies and I don't know what all. I guess there's as many as twenty ...
... said Reliance to herself. I ought not to have trusted it to as little a girl as she is.. It was not till after she was in bed that Edna remembered ...
... down so unceremoniously.. Edna knew perfectly well how to take this so she picked herself up laughing, and started after Ben who leaped over the ...
... are the snappy ones. asked Edna. Oh, things like Hide-and-Seek and lively things that will keep us on the jump.. The two little girls followed ...
... Red Book.CHAPTER V. THE RED BOOK. Whether it was the search for the key in the chill of the early morning, or whether it was that she ate too heartily ...
... and all of them are going this morning, but as soon as they are off she will come up to see how you are.. Is everyone going. asked Edna languidly. No, ...
... OLD HOUSE. Although Edna was much better the next day, it was thought prudent to keep her indoors. All the guests departed with the exception ...
... a perfectly reasonable answer, and the others were reassured, moreover, to a company of five, nothing was likely to happen, they thought, and the ...
... quite a little further, it is a much prettier walk. I always did like mill ponds, didn't you, Edna.. Why, I don't know much about them, but I should ...
... and the worst of it was that grandma said the next morning that she mustn't think of going out-of-doors that day. Oh, dear, sighed the little girl, ...
... before they knew it, and after dinner came an unexpected call from Alcinda. She was a sedate-looking little girl with big blue eyes and straight, mouse-colored ...
... dog one of the small baskets which he took in his month with much wagging of tail. Take it, Jetty, ordered Mr. Hewlett. Jetty started off toward his ...
... begin with.. But what in the world could we do for him. asked Reliance. If we stopped to speak to him, very likely he would get after us with a ...
... don't hurt her. Oh, please don't.. The other girls a little distance off stood huddled together like a flock of sheep. No one was brave enough to ...
... a fine afternoon, I concluded, to walk up from the station. Happened by just in the nick of time, didn't I. Funny old curmudgeon, isn't Nathan.. Oh, ...
... remarked Edna, as she leaned her elbows on the table to watch Amanda, where I shall be to-morrow evening at this time.. And are you sorry. ...
... feast ended the entertainment, though it is safe to say it lasted more than an hour. At the last, the girls all crowded around Edna to kiss her good-night ...
... Marian ('Maid' being short for maiden, and sometimes referred to simply as Marion) usually named Lady Marian of Leaford (first mentioned c.1200-1400), ...