Probable Sons

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Religious Tract Society, 1896 - Brothers and sisters - 120 pages
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Despite his dislike of children, Sir Edward finds his attitude changing when his small niece Milly comes to live with him.
 

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User Review  - ranchmama - Christianbook.com

This replaced one given to me by my mother that is ancient. The pages are torn and brittle and kept in an envelope. When I saw it was in print I wanted another one to read and share. This book is a reminder how subtly our lives can be a witness to a lost world around us. Read full review

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User Review  - Emily Boss - Christianbook.com

I had read this book before and really enjoyed it. I ordered one copy for myself and one to give as a gift to a friend. It is really a special story that tells about simple childlike faith. I would recommend it to anyone. Read full review

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Page 1 - Beautiful Lady." • The Making of a Hero, and Other Stories for Boys. By Mrs. George A. Paull, author of "Prince Dimple," etc. Illustrated by GW Bonte. Six stirring stories of real, live, everyday boys, who do the things that boys do in real life, as distinguished from what they do in books— and nowhere else. The titles are : The Making of a Hero, A Matter of Honor, How the Twins Went to the Fair, Apron-Strings, An Amateur Detective, and The Old Fort. "Probable Sons.
Page 1 - By Fannie J. Taylor. Illustrated by Helene Toerring. A touching story of the devotion of a poor German immigrant and her son Adolph to a little girl, who, coming to this country on a cholera-laden ship, was taken from her mother by the health officers, and, together with Adolph and many others, placed in the hospital. Owing to a mistake in identity she was reported to have died, and Adolph's mother, though nearly penniless, adopted her. The story turns on the boy's efforts to find the child's mother,...
Page 1 - Son," is the means of helping several wanderers to return to the Father's home. Fleming H. Revell Company NEW YORK: 112 Fifth Ave. CHICAGO: 63 Washington St. TORONTO: 140* 142 Yonge St.
Page 1 - Fannie J. Taylor. Illustrated by Helene Toerring. A touching story of the devotion of a poor German Immigrant and her son Adolph to a little girl, who, coming to this country on a cholera-laden ship, was taken from her mother by the health officers, and, together with Adolph and many others, placed in the hospital. Owing to a mistake in identity she was reported to have died, and Adolph's mother, though nearly penniless, adopted her. The story turns on the boy's efforts to find the child's mother,...
Page 1 - We Two," etc Illustrated by Mary A. Lathbury. With her accustomed humor, the distinguished author relates how two children, by methods as amusing as they were unusual, " raised the wind " to pay off a debt on their father's church. Adolph, and How He Found the
Page 102 - But the Father said to his servants, Bring forth the best robe and put it on him ; and put a ring on his hand and shoes on his feet; and bring hither the fatted calf and kill it ; and let us eat and be merry ; for this my son was dead and is alive again ; he was lost and is found.

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