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[Illustration: "Mandy! Mandy!" he murmured over and over again (Page 119)]

THE "LOOK UP" BOOK

CAROLYN OF THE CORNERS

BY RUTH BELMORE ENDICOTT

WITH ILLUSTRATIONS BY EDWARD C. CASWELL

NEW YORK DODD, MEAD AND COMPANY 1918

Copyright, 1918 By DODD, MEAD AND COMPANY, Inc.

First and second editions printed before date of publication

Third edition printed February 1, 1918

Fourth edition printed February 14, 1918

Fifth Printing February 16, 1918

CONTENTS

CHAPTER PAGE I The Ray of Sunlight 1 II An Old Fashioned Rose 12 III Going to Bed 22 IV "Well She'll Be a Nuisance" 33 V Aunty Rose Unbends 40 VI Mr. Jedidiah Parlow 48 VII A Tragic Situation 61 VIII Mr. Stagg is Judged 72 IX Prince Awakens the Corners 83 X A Sunday Walk 101 XI A Canine Intervention 112 XII Chet Gormley Tells Some News 120 XIII Breaking Through 140 XIV A Find in the Drifts 150 XV The Old Sailor 161 XVI A Salt Sea Flavour 168 XVII Will Wonders Never Cease? 177 XVIII Something Carolyn May Wishes to Know 188 XIX A Good Deal of Excitement 200 XX The Spring Freshet 210 XXI The Chapel Bell 224 XXII Chet Gormley's Ambition 234 XXIII How to Write a Sermon 244 XXIV The Awakening 254 XXV The Forest Fire 267 XXVI The Laurel to the Brave 275 XXVII "Two's Company" 290 XXVIII The Journey 297 XXIX The Homing of Carolyn May 307 XXX The House of Bewilderment 313

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"Mandy! Mandy!" he murmured over and over again (Page 119) Frontispiece

She had watched the huge vessel sweep off from the dock 74

"Do people that get drownd ed feel much pain?" 196

"You aren't mad at each other any more, are you?" 280

CAROLYN OF THE CORNERS

CHAPTER I THE RAY OF SUNLIGHT

Just as the rays of the afternoon sun hesitated to enter the open door of Joseph Stagg's hardware store in Sunrise Cove, and lingered on the sill, so the little girl in the black frock and hat, with twin braids of sunshiny hair on her shoulders, hovered at the entrance of the dim and dusty place.

She carried a satchel in one hand, while the fingers of the other were hooked into the rivet studded collar of a mottled, homely mongrel dog, who likewise looked curiously into the dusky interior of Mr... Continue reading book >>




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