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Five Little Peppers Abroad I OVER THE OCEAN DEAR me," said Polly, "I don't see wherever she can be, Jasper. I've searched just every where for her." And she gave a little sigh, and pushed up the brown rings of hair under her sailor cap. " Don't worry, Polly," said Jasper, with a reassuring smile. " She's with Matilda, of course. Come, Polly, let's you and I have a try at the shuffle-board by ourselves, down on the lower deck." " No, we can't," said Polly, with a dreadful longing at her heart for the charms of a game; "that is, until we've found Phronsie." And she ran down the deck. " Perhaps she is in one of the library corners, though I thought I looked over them all." 9
Table of Contents
CONTENTS; CHAPTER PAGE; 1 Over the Ocean 9; IT Two English Friends 23; III Phronsie goes Visiting 40; IV Simmer Life 53; V A Fish Story and Other Things 67; VI A Little Surprise 78; VII Off for Holland 91; VIII "We will come again and stay a week" 104; IX A Box for the Pepper Boys , 123; X Danger 135; XI Thf Two Birthdays in Old Holland 150; XII The Henderson Box 171; XIII "The Cleanest Place in All Holland" 184; XIV The Island of ^Marken 197; XV Mr King does his Duty 209; XVI "Let us fly at those books" 223 XVTI Polly wrote a Nice Little Note 235 XVIII Bayreuth and Old Friknhs 251; 5; 6; CONTENTS; CHAPTER PAGE; XIX Mr King has a Little Plan for Polly 268; XX "I should make him happy/' said Phronste 2S4 XXL On the Rigj-Kulm 300; XXII Polly tries to help 31S; XXIII In the Shadow of the Matterhorn 334; XXIV The Round Robin 355; XXV On the Mer de Glace , 376 XXA'I "Well, here we are in Paris !" 402; XXVII "I've found him!" exclaimed Jasper 418; XXVIII "Well, I got him here," said the Little; Earl 433
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Margaret Sidney was the pseudonym of American writer Harriett Mulford Stone Lothrop (1844 - 1924). In addition to writing popular children's stories, she ran her husband Daniel Lothrop's publishing company after his death. The daughter of New Haven architect, Sidney Mason Stone, she was "brought up in an atmosphere of culture and learning enhanced by free access to her father's large library." From early girlhood she "delighted in creating imaginary people". She was educated at seminaries near her home and graduated from Miss Dutton's School at Grove Hall in New Haven in 1862. While a student there "she displayed such mental alertness, combined with retentive memory and a great imaginative and poetic talent that she was marked for future success." She traveled extensively in the United States, and began creating literary compositions early in life. --Wikipedia
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