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Sophie May

Little Grandmother

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Days, weeks, and months passed on. Siller Noonin went to other houses with her knitting-work, and Patience cut her teeth on a wooden plate, took the whooping-cough, and by that time it was her turn to give up; for another baby came to the house, and wanted that same red cradle. It was a boy, and his name was Solomon. And after that there was another boy by the name of Benjamin; and Benjamin was the only one who never had to give up, for he was always the youngest.

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Aunt Madge's Story

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Aunt Madge's Story is written by Sophie May. The little bits of girls had afternoon parties that summer; it was quite the fashion; and not long after this Madam Allen made one for Fel. Everybody said it was the nicest party we had had; for Tempy Ann made sailor-boy doughnuts, with sugar sprinkled on, and damson tarts, and lemonade.

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Dotty Dimple's Flyaway

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Dotty Dimple's Flyaway is written by Sophie May. Everybody petted her. Her brother Horace put his heart right under her feet, and she danced over it. Her "uncle Eddard" said "she drove round the world in a little chariot, and all her friends were harnessed to it, only they didn't know it."

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Little Prudy's Sister Susy

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Little Prudy's Sister Susy is written by Sophie May. Here is a story about the oldest of the three little Parlin girls, ''sister Susy;'' though so many things are always happening to Prudy that it is not possible to keep her out of the book. I hope my dear little friends will see how kind it was in God to send the ''slow winter'' and the long nights of pain to little Prudy.

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Captain Horace

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Captain Horace is written by Sophie May. You wide-awake little boys, who make whistles of willow, and go fishing and training,--Horace is very much like you, I suppose. He is by no means perfect, but he is brave and kind, and scorns a lie. I hope you and he will shake hands and be friends.

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