Marjorie in Command Carolyn Wells

ISBN: 9781230444284

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Marjorie in Command  by  Carolyn Wells

Marjorie in Command by Carolyn Wells
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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1910 edition. Excerpt: ... CHAPTER XX A SPKINGMoreThis historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher.

Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1910 edition. Excerpt: ... CHAPTER XX A SPKING KAMBLE Only think! cried Marjorie, as she sprang out of bed, Father and Mother are coming home today! Hooray! cried Kitty, tumbling out of her bed at the joyful reminder. Wont I be glad to see them, though! Arent we going to celebrate? Not any regular celebration. Itll be fun enough just to see them, and hear them tell about their trip. Yes, indeed- so it will. And, of course, well have ice cream. Oh, of course- I told Ellen that, yesterday. A little later, two trim and tidy little Maynard girls went downstairs to the cheerful dining-room.

Hello-morning! cried King, meeting them on the landing. Going to school to-day, Mops? Yes, of course- why not? Oh, I thought as Mothers coming home, we might take a holiday. / No, I dont want to. They dont come till afternoon, you know, and if I hung round here all day, Id just die waiting for em. Going to school will fill up the morning, anyway. Thats so- say we go, then. Hello, Rosy Posy- did I most upset you? The four danced into the dining-room, where Miss Larkin and breakfast awaited them.

I do think, said Midget, as she ate her cereal, that, considering were Maynards, we have behaved pretty well since Mothers been away. Sure we have! agreed King- if I get much better, Ill spoil. Im spoiling for some mischief, as it is, said Marjorie, with dancing eyes. Oh, Mops, begged Kitty, dont cut up any jinks before Mother gets home. Well, I wont, said Mops, who didnt mean her speech as seriously as Kitty took it- but after she gets home, Im going to cut up the biggest jink I can think of. Are you, really? said Miss Larkin, with such a horrified expression that the three children could not help giggling.

I dunno, Larky, ...



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