Dandelion Cottage

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The Floating Press, Nov 1, 2011 - Juvenile Fiction - 183 pages
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Liked Louisa May Alcott's Little Women? You'll love Dandelion Cottage from Michigan author Carroll Watson Rankin. In this charming tale, four girls play an extended and elaborate game of 'house' in an abandoned cottage. Before long, the close bonds they form begin to spill over into real life -- with surprising and serendipitous results.
 

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Contents

Chapter 1 Mr Blacks Terms
4
Chapter 2 Paying the Rent
12
Chapter 3 The Tenants Take Possession
19
Chapter 4 Furnishing the Cottage
29
Chapter 5 Poverty in the Cottage
37
Chapter 6 A Lodger to the Rescue
43
Chapter 7 The Girls Disclose a Plan
53
Chapter 8 An Unexpected Crop of Dandelions
61
Chapter 12 A Lively Afternoon
103
Chapter 13 The Junior Warden
116
Chapter 14 An Unexpected Letter
122
Chapter 15 An Obdurate Landlord
128
Chapter 16 Mabel Plans a Surprise
137
Chapter 17 Several Surprises Take Effect
141
Chapter 18 A Hurried Retreat
147
Chapter 19 The Response to Mabels Telegram
153

Chapter 9 Changes and Plans
68
Chapter 10 The Milligans
79
Chapter 11 An Embarrassing Visitor
91
Chapter 20 The Odd Behavior of the GrownUps
163
Chapter 21 The Dinner
170
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