Alger's Children's book, 19th Century's title, here is a piece of the content as it began; Is that the latest style?" inquired James Leech, with a sneer, pointing to a patch on the knee of Herbert Carter's pants. Herbert's face flushed. He was not ashamed of the patch, for he knew that his mother's poverty made it a necessity. But he felt that it was mean and dishonorable in James Leech, whose father was one of the rich men of Wrayburn, to taunt him with what he could not help. Some boys might have slunk away abashed, but Herbert had pluck and stood his ground. "It is my style," he answered, firmly, looking James boldly in the face. "I admire your taste, then," returned James, with a smooth sneer. "Then, you had better imitate it," retorted Herbert
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Book Description Aeterna, 2011. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M1444430521
Book Description Aeterna. Paperback. Book Condition: Brand New. In Stock. Bookseller Inventory # zk1444430521