Apples, Ripe and Rosy, Sir

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1st World Publishing, 2005 - Juvenile Fiction - 192 pages
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Purchase one of 1st World Library's Classic Books and help support our free internet library of downloadable eBooks. Visit us online at www.1stWorldLibrary.ORG - - What a month of March it was! And after an unusually mild season, too. Old Winter seemed to have hoarded up all his stock of snow and cold weather, and left it as an inheritance to his wild and rollicking heir, that was expending it with lavish extravagance. March was a jolly good fellow though, in spite of his bluster and boisterous ways. There was a wealth of sunshine in his honest heart, and he evidently wanted to render everybody happy. He appeared to have entered into a compact with Santa Claus to make it his business to see that the boys and girls should not, in the end, be deprived of their fair share of the season's merrymaking; that innumerable sleds and toboggans and skates, which had laid idle since Christmas, and been the objects of much sad contemplation, should have their day, after all.
 

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Contents

1 APPLES RIPE AND ROSY SIR
7
2 BETTER THAN RICHES
21
3 BUILDING A BOAT
39
4 BUILDING A BOAT
67
5 TILDEREE
101
6 A LITTLE WHITE DRESS
116
7 A MISERS GOLD
127
8 THAT RED SILK FROCK
141
9 A LESSON WITH A SEQUEL
154
10 UNCLE TOMS STORY
166
11 HANGING MAYBASKETS
180
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