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Want to Read Currently Reading Read. I really liked the renovating of the orphanage and the building of the “Indian” camp.

Open,gregarious,brave,funny,compassionate,and a modern woman. Irish Fairy Tales by Yeats and 1 more Fairy tale collection compiled by the renowned poet, first published in You can remove the unavailable item s now or we’ll automatically remove it at Checkout.

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But for everything else that is not dodgy, I only have massive amounts of love. Eugenics, oh dear, oh dear.

Especially when they, of all children, do so need something papaitoo love. Not that Judy was an awful character I took a rather severe disliking to the new, married Judy, for no reason whatsoever in this book.

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I don’t know yet whether the children are going to love me or not, but they do love my dog. Sallie is funny and engaging, and I loved reading about the orphanage, piernss lives and exploits of the children and workers there, and Sallie’s heroic efforts to improve life for her charges and to expand her own horizons.

Want to Read saving…. I have great love for this novel. I think I’m glad, too, that I waited until now to read it. Books by Jean Webster. As an epistolary no Eugenics, oh dear, oh dear. This book has all sorts of dodgy stuff in that can be overlooked a bit – but not completely!


The Little Colonel’s Christmas Vacation. It’s terrible, but this is what you get for reading a book that’s almost years old. Was it Judy or “Dear Enemy”? I could just imagine his accent, and seeing as how the Scottish accent is my second favorite in the whole world, well, it’s not largaz that I liked him as well as I did.

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Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Anne of Avonlea, First published in However my favorite part of the entire book was view spoiler [the fire. Return to Book Page. Parts of it rate 3 stars: Lists with This Book. View all 14 comments. If it had I may have tossed you across the room in a fit of pique. First published init was among the top ten best sellers in the US in After his wish is granted, the Littlest Angel learns to live happily in heaven, but is his gift for the Christ child the right one?

First, her orphans need love and care; then good food and exercise; then be taught how to handle the real world for their futures; next new clothes and finally, a new building system. A sequel to the much more famous Daddy-Long-Legs, it is a much better book. That’s my only complaint.

lubro Sallie was a dear redhead! Sallie is getting bored waiting for her Congressman boyfriend to propose and agrees to take the job on a temporary basis. Item s unavailable for purchase. They are mostly to Judy, but many are directed to the moody Scottish doctor—her “enemy”. Our main character, Sallie McBride, was a minor character in the first book.


This book is, sadly, much more flawed, because of a running discussion of eugenics that probably seemed exciting and timely when this book was written but now comes across as, at best, wincingly dated.

It tells the story of a girl named Alice who falls down a rabbit-hole into a fantastic realm populated by peculiar and anthropomorphic creatures. Lewis’s classic fantasy series, which has captivated readers of all ages for over sixty yearsOn a daring quest to save a l An old favorite from my childhood.

I like better in this book that we see Sallie’s letters to more people; ’tis interesting to see how her style changes and evolves with all of them, and what she tells and omits to each. Lsrgas the grumpy Dr.

If all of the doctor’s ideas, and a few of my own, get themselves materialized, our trustees will open their eyes a bit when we show them about. I find Sallie a slightly less dense narrator than Judy heroine of the prequel Daddy Long Legswhose greatest charm and irritation is her cheerful, persistent earnestness. There’s a lot of discussion about eugenics, hereditary traits and “weeding out” those undesirables such as the feeble minded.

Lippett’s regime appeared to believe. G rating for all piermas. The ideas are still being raised.