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A Round Dozen

Susan Coolidge

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. . .ing about it just then, as it might have seemed that he and Helen were not satisfied with their supper. They ate heartily, and soon after went to bed in two chilly little lofts upstairs, where all the buffalo robes and blankets from the carriage could not quite keep them warm.

Helen lay awake a long time, thinking of her own disappointment and grandmamma's, but more still about the Simmons family. How hard and melancholy their life seemed, struggling with poverty and ague up here among the lonely hills, with no doctor near them, and no neighbors! A great sympathy and pity awoke in her heart. Her first impulse, when she roused next morning, was to hurry to the window. It was still snowing, and the drifts seemed deeper than ever! "Oh, dear!" she thought, "we shall have to stay in this forlorn place another day, I am afraid." A more[62] generous thought followed: "If it seems so hard to me to have to spend one day here, what must it be to live here always?" . . . Read More

Community Reviews

Thirteen short stories for girls by the author of the 'Katy Did' series, some of which have a fairy tale quality to them and some of which are more homespun.

The fairy tales feature magical gnomes ('Little Karen and Her baby'), talking clouds ('The Little White Door') flowers that conspire to bring