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Little Tales of the Desert

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Little Tales of the Desert is a charming collection of short stories that transport the reader to the vast and mysterious landscape of the desert. Ethel Twycross Foster's vivid descriptions bring the desert to life, creating a rich backdrop for the tales of adventure and wonder that unfold within its boundaries.

Each story is filled with colorful characters and unexpected twists, drawing the reader further into the world of the desert. From daring escape attempts to unexpected alliances, the stories are filled with excitement and intrigue. Foster's writing style is engaging and accessible, making it easy for readers of all ages to get lost in the magic of the desert.

Overall, Little Tales of the Desert is a delightful read that will captivate readers with its blend of adventure, humor, and heart. Foster's love for the desert shines through in every story, making this collection a true treasure for anyone who enjoys a good yarn set in a magical and enchanting world.

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A six year-old girl named Mary spends Christmas vacation with her parents in the Arizona desert of 1901 or thereabouts.

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