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Oldtown Folks.
by by Harriet Beecher Stowe
Binding: Hardcover, 608 pages
Publisher: Ams Pr Inc
Weight: 165
Dimension: H: 1.5 x L: 8.75 x W: 5.75 inches

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Purchase of this book includes free trial access to www.million where you can read more than a million books for free. This is an OCR edition with typos. Excerpt from book: fringes foil over her great, dark eyes, as a flower shuts itself, anl he was soon asleep. The boy sat watching her awhile, feeling soothed by the calm, soft sunshine, and listening to the thousand sweet lullahy aotc which Nature is humming to herself, while about her great world housework, in a calm October morning. The locusts and katydid grated a drowsy, continuous note to each other from every tree and bush; and from a neigbboring thicket a lively minded catbird was giving original variations and imitations ot all sorts ot bird voices and warblinge ; while from behind the tangled thicket which fringed its banks came the prattle of a hidden river, whose bright brown waters were gossiping, in a pleasant, constant chatter, with the many colored stones on the bottom ; and when the light breezes wandered hither and thither, as your idle breezes always will be doing, they made little tides and swishes of sound among the pine trees, like the rising and falling of sunny waters on the sea shore. Altogether, it was not long before Harry's upright watch ovei his sister subsided into a droop upon one elbow, and finally the little curly head went suddenly down on to his sister's shoulder; and then they were fast asleep, as nice a little pair of babes in the wood as ever the robins could cover up. They did not awake nll it was almost noon. The sun was shining warm and cloudless, and every bit of dew had long been dried; and Tina, in refreshed spirits, proposed that they should explore the wonders of the pasture lot, especially that they should find out where the river was whose waters they heard gurgling behind the leafy wall of wild vines. ' We can leave our basket here in our little house, Hensel . See, I set it in here, way, way in among the pine trees and that's my little gre...

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