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Mildred at Roselands

Martha Finley

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Book Excerpt: 
. . .Mrs. Dinsmore, standing before the pier glass, saw the girl's figure reflected there, and [51]the latter could not help enjoying her start of surprise.

"What an elegant shawl!" she exclaimed, turning hastily about to take a better view, "real India! You needn't be ashamed to show yourself anywhere in that! Though your bonnet is quite out of date, as you warned me," she added by way of preventing too great elation from her praise of the shawl.

"No matter," interposed Mr. Dinsmore, throwing down his paper, "we'll soon set that right. The carriage is waiting. Are any of the children going?"

"Yes, Adelaide, Louise and Lora. Mammy and Fanny have taken the younger ones out."

The three little girls came in at the moment. They were gayly and expensively dressed, in the height of the fashion. They looked curiously at Mildred, then Louise, the second in age, a child of ten, whispered to her mother,

"What a fright of a bonnet, it. . . Read More

Community Reviews

This is book is wonderful!! I have read the revised version(Millie Keith)of when she went to Roselands, and I found that I enjoyed this one much more!! It is a little slow at the beginning, but it gets more exciting!

Early on at Roselands Mildred gets caught up in all the activities and events, but then she learns to get her sleep, and put God first. She ends up helping to spare one of the girls, from ending up with a man that was already married, by physically preventing her from running off. She also is a frie

After the severe sickness that went through Mildred's family in the last book, leaving her their only nurse (with help from a couple neighbors), Mildred's own health is suffering. Though not truly ill, she is very worn down and winter is coming, so when her Uncle Dinsmore invites her to spend the wi

Could of had a certain character that is in the modern day adaptions. Could have also had more of Millie’s anti-slavery feelings that are in the adaptions as well.