Every one was making arrangements for the Fairy Ball. Little glow-worms were coming to light up the hall. Mr. Frog was going to sing, while the ...Article : 193 words
Arrangements Have been completed in connection with the "Sunday Times'" Literary Contest, which is the most comprehensive that has ever been offered to juvenile renders of a newspaper. To foster a love of good English and to find the best essayist amongst the ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 559 words
Mrs. Holdworth fele sure that she that she had of last cured the children from taiking too much at the tea table. She galaneed at her husband. ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 623 words
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At lust! I breathed. We had arrived at the River. It ran through Mr. Dwyer's property. This particular spot was a ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 323 words
What was she to do? Shu could not hold on any longer. How. her wrists ached, and how lier hands painee There was not' a soul ...Article : 145 words
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And old-time it was, too, as one soon gathered upon entering via the little wicket gate, for a tiny streamlet spanned by a rustic bridge confronts you On ...Article : 196 words
There are two kinds of boomerangs— the one that will return to the thrower, and the straight-flying weapon. The returning kind is called the wongium ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 279 words
My day of sorrow happened when I was out riding with a friend. I was in rather a horrible frame of mind, and felt as cheerful as a squashed beetle. ...Article : 317 words
"Bobbie," said Tom, "will you take a photo of me?" "Another?" I asked. "Well, hurry up, I want to play tennis." ...Article : 342 words
Uncle Ferburt visited the Dubb family almost every weekend, and was so fastidious that bis nephews and mioves dreaded his coming to the house. ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 744 words
The illustration (Fig 6) shows the result of one cut from a pair of scissors when a piece of paper is folded in the manner about to be explained. ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 211 words
"No, Molly! For the fourth time, you may not have another chocolate!" "All right! But I can't see where Daddy gets the idea that you're always changing your mind!" ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 32 words
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