Judy

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1st World Publishing, Nov 1, 2006 - Literary Collections - 232 pages
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There was a plum-tree in the orchard, all snow and ebony against a sky of sapphire. Becky Sharp, perched among the fragrant blossoms, crooned soft nothings to herself. Under the tree little Anne lay at full length on the tender green sod and dreamed
 

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Contents

1 THE JUDGE AND JUDY
9
2 ANNE GOES TO TOWN
17
3 IN THE JUDGES GARDEN
27
4 YOUR GRANDMOTHER MY DEAR
36
5 TOO MANY COOKS
41
6 A RAIN AND A RUNAWAY
47
SEAMAN
57
8 A WHITE SUNDAY
66
15 THE SPANISH COINS
131
16 THE WIND AND THE WAVES
140
17 MOODS AND MODELS
150
18 JUDY KEEPS A PROMISE
157
19 PERKINS CLEANS THE SILVER
165
20 ANNE HEARS A BURGLAR
171
21 CAPTAIN JUDY
175
22 THE CASTAWAYS
182

9 A BLUE MONDAY
75
10 MISTRESS MARY
85
11 THE PRINCESS AND THE LILY MAID
94
12 LORDLY LAUNCELOT
100
13 A FORTUNE AND A FRIGHT
108
14 A PRECIOUS PUSSY CAT
120
23 IN A SILVER BOAT
187
24 HOME IS THE SAILOR FROM THE SEA
194
25 LAUNCELOT BUYS A COW
202
26 JUDY PLAYS LADY BOUNTIFUL
210
27 THE SUMMER ENDS
219
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