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Susan Coolidge

What Katy Did Next

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The bag was full of neat little frocks and underclothes stuffed hastily in all together. Katy took them out, smoothing the folds, and crimping the tumbled ruffles with her fingers. As she lifted the last skirt, Amy, with a cry of joy, pounced on something that lay beneath it.

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In the High Valley

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This was an ancient house of red brick, dating back to the last half of the sixteenth century, and still bearing testimony in its sturdy bulk to the honest and durable work put upon it by its builders. Not a joist had bent, not a girder started in the long course of its two hundred and odd years of life.

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A Little Country Girl

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A Little Country Girl is written by Susan Coolidge. IT was on one of the cool, brilliant days which early June brings to the Narragansett country, that the steamer "Eolus" pushed out from Wickford Pier on her afternoon trip to Newport. The sky was of a beautiful translucent blue; the sunshine had a silvery rather than a golden radiance.

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Eyebright

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Eyebright is written by Susan Coolidge. It wanted but five minutes to twelve in Miss Fitch's schoolroom, and a general restlessness showed that her scholars were aware of the fact. Some of the girls had closed their books, and were putting their desks to rights, with a good deal of unnecessary fuss, keeping an eye on the clock meanwhile.

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Clover

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Clover is written by Susan Coolidge. It was one of those afternoons in late April which are as mild and balmy as any June day. The air was full of the chirps and twitters of nest-building birds, and of sweet indefinable odors from half-developed leaf-buds and cherry and pear blossoms.

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Not Quite Eighteen

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Not Quite Eighteen is written by Susan Coolidge. There are not less than sixteen stories written by Susan Coolidge in this pretty volume, and any one of them would be satisfactory reading for not only young people, but for their fathers and mothers. "Not Quite Eightee " begins with the story of "How Bunny Brought Good Luck," and Bunny was a wooden doll.

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