Harriet and the Piper

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Echo Library, Nov 1, 2006 - Fiction - 184 pages
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Harriet's heart ached deeply for them all as she watched the Jersey marshes from the car window a few hours later. The poor little pretty girls, gallantly soaking their small hands in dishwater and lye, eager over the church production of "Robin Hood" and a picnic with Uncle David at Asbury! Josephine was to be a stenographer when she finished High School, and little Julia had expressed an angelic ambition to teach a kindergarten class some day. Nina, at their ages, had had her pony, her finishing school, her little silk stockings, and her monogrammed ivory toilet set, her trip to England and France and Italy with her mother and brother and grandmother.

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About the author (2006)

Novelist Kathleen Thompson Norris was born in San Francisco, California on July 16, 1880. She was educated in a special course at the University of California. She married fellow author Charles Norris in 1909. She was the highest-paid female writer of her time. She also contributed to numerous magazines including McClure's, Ladies' Home Journal, and Woman's Home Companion. She died on January 18, 1966.

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