The Story Girl (Paperback)

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An unabridged edition to include: The Home of Our Fathers - A Queen of Hearts - Legends of the Old Orchard - The Wedding Veil of the Proud Princess - Peter Goes to Church - The Mystery of Golden Milestone - How Betty Sherman Won a Husband - A Tragedy of Childhood - Magic Seed - A Daughter of Eve - The Story Girl Does Penance - The Blue Chest of Rachel Ward - An Old Proverb with a New Meaning - Forbidden Fruit - A Disobedient Brother - The Ghostly Bell - The Proof of the Pudding - How Kissing Was Discovered - A Dread Prophecy - The Judgment Sunday - Dreamers of Dreams - The Dream Books - Such Stuff as Dreams Are Made On - The Bewitchment of Pat - A Cup of Failure - Peter Makes an Impression - The Ordeal of Bitter Apples - The Tale of the Rainbow Bridge - The Shadow Feared of Man - A Compound Letter - On the Edge of Light and Dark - The Opening of the Blue Chest

Specifications

Publisher Lightning Source Inc
Mfg Part# 9781603862752
SKU 213739272
Format Paperback
ISBN10 1603862757
Release Date 1/4/2010
Author Info
Lucy Maud Montgomery
Canadian author Lucy Maud Montgomery was raised by her grandparents. She began submitting articles to magazines when she was 11 and, by the time she was 21, she was earning a living as a writer. Montgomery's first novel, ANNE OF GREEN GABLES, was published in 1908 and was an instant success. During her lifetime, she wrote 23 novels, an autobiography, and hundreds of short stories and poems.
Canadian author Lucy Maud Montgomery was raised by her grandparents. She began submitting articles to magazines when she was 11 and, by the time she was 21, she was earning a living as a writer. Montgomery's first novel, ANNE OF GREEN GABLES, was published in 1908 and was an instant success. During her lifetime, she wrote 23 novels, an autobiography, and hundreds of short stories and poems.
From the Publisher
Annotation Fourteen-year-old Sara Stanley visits the town of Carlisle and soon befriends siblings Bev and Felix King, who are impressed with her wonderful talent as a storyteller.
First Line "I do like a road, because you can be always wondering what is at the end of it."
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