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Page 420 - Prize such a friend ; not only because she is kind, and agreeable, and worthy, but because she is a child of God, a member of Christ, and an inheritor of the kingdom of heaven ; and as such, may be the ordained instrument of God for establishing the same principle in you.
Page 332 - Grecian head, she looked as if she had stepped from the frame of some old master, quickening magically into life.
Page 362 - On the road of vengeance, little May, one finds life " "That's not a reason for seeking it." She got up, gave him back her hand for a good-by. But he took her face between the palms of his hands and kissed her. Kyo had kissed her in this way, the last day, exactly in this way, and never since had hands held her head. "I hardly ever weep any more, now," she said with a bitter pride.
Page 20 - Children, life is a paradise auction — with every one of us bidding for happiness at any cost.
Page 143 - Steve, even if you don't like her." " I didn't say I didn't like her," Stephanie began to retreat skillfully.
Page 177 - Stephanie was very busy getting her clothes ready to go to New York.
Page 193 - Molly, you've another child to care for; a child who loves you more dearly than any one else in the world. You know, dearest, you couldn't have cared for two children all at once — be brave, Molly, just as you can be.