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  • Author:
    Laura Lee Hope
  • ISBN:
    0554035766
  • ISBN13:
    978-0554035765
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    BiblioBazaar (December 28, 2006)
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    152 pages
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Once settled comfortably in the seats, the girls smiled across ateach other unsteadily. In what seemed to them scarcely a second of time they had stoppedbefore a very pretty, homelike house, and a polite chauffeur washolding the door of the cab open for them.

Once settled comfortably in the seats, the girls smiled across ateach other unsteadily. We didn't deserve it," said Amy, brushing away a tiresome tear thatwould insist upon trickling down her face. Still feeling as if it were all happening in a dream, they crossedthe sidewalk and ran up the steps of the house. Before they had timeto ring the bell a stout, middle-aged, motherly-looking woman openedthe door and smiled down at them approvingly.

Laura lee hope "Well, who is going to read the paper?" Amy Blackford stopped knitting for a moment .

Author of "The outdoor girls of deepdale," "The moving picturegirls," "The bobbsey twins," "Bunny brown and his sister sue," etc. 1918. Well, who is going to read the paper?" Amy Blackford stopped knitting for a moment, the suspended inquiringly in the air, while she asked herquestion and gazed about impatiently at her busy group of friends. It's your turn, anyhow, Mollie," she added, fingers flying and headbent as she resumed her work. Framed in the doorway of the cottage stood Betty Nelson, their adored"Little Captain," fresh and sweet as the morning itself, smilingaround at them inquiringly.

Well, they're gone," said Amy, when they had walked three wholeblocks in. .Then the girls forgot dignity and decorum and everything else andjust celebrated

Well, they're gone," said Amy, when they had walked three wholeblocks in silence. Goodness, why don't you tell us something we don't know?" snappedMollie. Please forgive me, Amy," she added the next moment, as Amy'seyes filled with tears. Andif there were too many to be entertained at the Hostess House wecould get families outside to entertain them. Then the girls forgot dignity and decorum and everything else andjust celebrated. In the exuberance of their joy they hugged Mrs. Rossuntil she gasped for breath, then they danced off down the street onfeet that scarcely touched the ground.

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The Project Gutenberg eBook, The Outdoor Girls at the Hostess House, by Laura Lee Hope. E-text prepared by Juliet Sutherland and the Project Gutenberg Online Distributed Proofreading Team. The Outdoor Girls at the Hostess House. Author of the outdoor girls of deepdale, the moving picture girls, the bobbsey twins, bunny brown and his sister sue, six little bunkers at grandma bell's, etc. Illustrated. The moving picture girls series. THE BOBBSEY TWINS SERIES (Twelve Titles).

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Laura Lee Hope was first used as a pseudonym in 1904 for the debut of the Bobbsey Twins. Series: The Bobbsey Twins (1904-), The Outdoor Girls (23 vols. 1913-1933), The Moving Picture Girls (7 vols. Books related to The Outdoor Girls at the Hostess House, Or Doing Their Best for the Soldiers.

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As may have been gathered, Mollie was driving. Amy Blackwell, fearful of an accident, was in the seat beside her, while Grace Ford and Betty Nelson, their beloved Little Captain, occupied the tonneau and amused themselves by laughing at Amy¿s fears.