A World of Girls the Story of a School
pubOne.info thank you for your continued support and wish to present you this new edition. -GOOD-BYE- TO THE OLD LIFE. -Me want to see Hetty, - said an imperious baby voice. -No, no; not this morning, Miss Nan, dear.- -Me do want to see Hetty, - was the quick, impatient reply. And a sturdy indignant little face looked up at Nurse, to watch the effect of the last decisive word
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