Brownie

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Curiosmith, 2013 - 166 pages
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Brownie is aptly described as a young girl having "a tiny, rather delicate little face, with large brown eyes, looked out of a frame of thick brown tresses." Her mother, Mrs. Eustace makes her living by writing stories. Brownie and Buffie were playing in the woods when they heard what sounded like an angel, and Angelo became their new friend. Brownie tells Angelo about Jesus, but he has barely heard of the name. Soon Angelo needed a new guardian and they thought that God would miraculously provide for him, but this did not happen without the testing of their faith.
 

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Contents

WE ARE GOING TO BE VERY HAPPY HERE
9
BE HIS LITTLE GUARDIAN
20
AN ANGEL IN THE WOOD
30
ONLY A SMALL BOY 4O 2 3 4
40
TELL ME WHAT YOU KNOW
49
A HOLIDAY WITH MOTHER
59
YOU SAID YOU KILLED HER
67
WITHOUT A FRIEND IN THE WORLD
77
IO A LITTLE ELIJAH
97
THE CRUSE OF OIL FAILING
105
KIDNAPPED
114
ALL CHOOCAWS FAULT
122
IT IS YOU AT LAST
131
MOTHERS PEN IS FOUND
140
A GRANDFATHER
148
THE LITTLE STUPID SERVANT
156

I HAVE FOUND SOMEONEI
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AMELIA SOPHIA LE FEUVRE (1861-1929) was born in Blackheath, London, England. She dedicated her life to writing and never married. Her father, Edmond Philip Le Feuvre, worked as a Surveyor at H. M. Customs. Her grandfather, James Mainguy, was a reverend in Guernsey. She wrote many books and stories that are filled with Biblical principles.

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