Uncle Rutherford's Nieces: A Story for Girls

Uncle Rutherford's Nieces: A Story for Girls

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by Joanna H. Mathews
     
 

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A sunny and a dark head, both bent over a much-befigured, much-besmeared slate, the small brows beneath the curls puckered,-the one in perplexity, the other with sympathy; opposite these two a third head whose carrotty hue betrayed it to be Jim's, although the face appertaining thereto was hidden from my view, as its owner, upon his hands and knees, also peered with… See more details below

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A sunny and a dark head, both bent over a much-befigured, much-besmeared slate, the small brows beneath the curls puckered,-the one in perplexity, the other with sympathy; opposite these two a third head whose carrotty hue betrayed it to be Jim's, although the face appertaining thereto was hidden from my view, as its owner, upon his hands and knees, also peered with interest at the slate. Wanderer, familiarly known as "Wand,"-the household dog, and the inseparable companion of my little sisters,-lay at their feet, as they sat upon a low rustic seat, manufactured for their special behoof by the devoted Jim; its chief characteristic being a tendency to upset, unless the occupant or occupants maintained the most exact balance, a seat not to be depended upon by the unwary or uninitiated, under penalty of a disagreeable surprise. To Allie and Daisy, however, it was a work of art, and left nothing to be desired, they having become accustomed to its vagaries.

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ISBN-13:
2940000878088
Publisher:
B&R Samizdat Express
Publication date:
03/01/2010
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