Little Lord Fauntleroy (Google eBook)

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C. Scribnerś sons, 1913 - Grandfathers - 290 pages
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Little Lord Fauntleroy (Oxford Bookworms Library: Stage 1)のRiopapaさんの感想・レビュー

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Honest people are always rewarded. A very good, moving story. Read full review

Review: Little Lord Fauntleroy (Classic Starts)

User Review  - Jane Francisca - Goodreads

My first book of Classic Start and I will collect it all the series...not only for me but for my nephew and niece and maybe my future children =). Simple story lots of beautiful books. I hope every child should read book like this not only playing games online. Love it. Read full review

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Page 9 - an' I'd loike to see the choild on Fifth Avey-noo as looks loike him an' shteps out as handsome as himself. An' ivvery man, woman, and choild lookin' afther him in his bit of a black velvet skirt made out of the misthress's ould gownd; an' his little head up, an' his curly hair flyin
Page 104 - Do you think you could do it?" he asked gruffly. " I think I could," said Cedric. " I'm strong. I'm seven, you know. You could lean on your stick on one side, and on me on the other. Dick says I've a good deal of muscle for a boy that's only seven." * Well," said the Earl, "you may try.
Page 92 - one who did not at first turn to look at him. But he had attracted attention in one quarter at least. On the floor, by the arm-chair, lay a dog, a huge tawny mastiff, with body and limbs almost as big as a lion's; and this great creature rose majestically and slowly, and marched toward the little fellow with a heavy step.
Page 95 - especially one that had been as kind to him as you have been." Another queer gleam came into the old nobleman's eyes. " Oh!" he said, " I have been kind to you, have I?
Page 93 - had been a brave little fellow all his life. He put his hand on the big dog's collar in the most natural way in the world, and they strayed forward together, Dougal sniffing as he went.
Page 10 - heroes, and he even generously repeated part of the Declaration of Independence. Cedric was so excited that his eyes shone and his cheeks were red and his curls were all rubbed and tumbled into a yellow mop. He could hardly wait to eat his dinner after he went home, he was so anxious to tell his mamma.
Page 145 - You must go and see your mother this afternoon ? " asked the EarL " You think you can't put it off?" " Why," said Fauntleroy, " she has been thinking about me all the morning, and I have been thinking about her! " " Oh ! " said the Earl. " You have, have you ? Ring the belL
Page 93 - But there was no more fear in little Lord Fauntleroy's heart than there was unkindness —he had been a brave little fellow all his life. He put his hand on the big dog's collar in the most natural way in the world, and they strayed forward together, Dougal
Page 94 - seemed to be quite comfortable as he sat there, and regarded his august relative intently but modestly. " I've kept wondering what you would look like," he remarked. " I used to lie in my berth in the ship and wonder if you would be anything like my father.
Page 9 - His greatest friend was the groceryman at the corner—the cross groceryman, who was never cross to him. His name was Mr. Hobbs, and Cedric admired and respected him very much. He thought him a very rich and powerful person, he had so many things in his

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