Little Miss Peggy

Little Miss Peggy

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Excerpt: ...girl, "I'd never get up the stairs; thank you all the same." And with a deep sigh of regret at having to leave such pleasant company, Peggy ran across the street home. 98 CHAPTER VII A BUN TO THE GOOD "The little gift from out our store." The yard door was still open; so was the house door. Peggy met no one as she ran in. "Fanny's upstairs, p'raps," she said to herself. But no, she saw nothing of Fanny either on the way up or in the nursery. She did not feel dull or lonely now, however. She went to the back window and stood there for a minute looking at Crippley and Light Smiley, who were still there with the two babies. How funny it seemed that just a moment or two ago she had been down there actually talking to them! She could scarcely believe they were the very same children whom for so long she had known by sight. "I am so glad I found the shoe," thought Peggy. "I wish, oh I do wish I could have a tea-party, and 99 'avite them all to tea. I daresay the father could carry Crippley upstairs
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  • Paperback | 42 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 2mm | 95g
  • United States
  • English
  • Illustrations, black and white
  • 1236715195
  • 9781236715197