Six Girls and the Tea Room
Again a story of the Six Girls of whom we are fond, is dedicated to you. It will tell you what delightful things grew out of their Tea Room, and how the "Patty-Pans flat" was filled with happiness till it overflowed into a larger home. It proves-what you know-that the best times are not always great times. Our Six Girls-and the boys-are busy young folk, and the good things that have come to them they won by courage, perseverance and the merry hearts that are part of innocence and sweetness. More than all, our Six Girls-and one boy-love one another so dearly that they cannot help being successful and happy. We believe-do we not?-that a loving home alone is a real home. Margery, Happie, Gretta and Bob know well that "'tis love that makes the world go 'round." They ask love of those who read the story of their Tea Room which brought happiness to so many, in such unforeseen ways. It is the story of a winter, but a winter all sunshine. Remembering how it was written is it fittingly dedicated to you, dear Gertrude.
- Paperback | 152 pages
- 152.4 x 228.6 x 8.89mm | 285.76g
- 03 Mar 1907
- Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
- Illustrations, black and white