A Girl Of The Limberlost

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Kessinger Publishing, Jun 1, 2004 - Juvenile Fiction - 336 pages
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Along the old Limberlost trail, my girl, torn to pieces sobbing. Her courage always has been fine, but the thing she met to-day was too much for her. We ought to have known better than to let her go that way. It wasn't only clothes; there were books, and entrance fees for out-of- town people, that she didn't know about; while there must have been jeers, whispers, and laughing.

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A Girl of the Limberlost

User Review  - carolg123 - Overstock.com

I love this book. Read my grandma's copy when I was about 12 years old , always remember it. When I saw it again, knew I had to get a copy for my daughter to read. Hope to pass it on to a grand daughter some day. ... Read full review

Review: A Girl of the Limberlost (Limberlost #2)

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What a delightful book! Beautiful on its own it is aa superior sequel to Freckles. It reminded me of Anne of Green Gables and An Old Fashioned Girl with scenes of Pride and Prejudice (think of Darcy's ... Read full review

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