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Mary Ware in Texas

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Mary Ware in Texas is a heartwarming tale of a young woman's journey of self-discovery and growth as she navigates life in a new and unfamiliar environment. The author paints a vivid picture of the Texas landscape, bringing the setting to life in a way that truly immerses the reader in Mary's world.

The characters are intricately developed and feel authentic, making it easy to become emotionally invested in their lives and relationships. Mary herself is a relatable protagonist, facing challenges and making choices that many readers will find familiar. Her strength and resilience are inspiring, and her growth throughout the story is both believable and satisfying to witness.

The plot moves at a steady pace, with enough twists and turns to keep the reader engaged without feeling overwhelming. Johnston's writing style is straightforward and easy to follow, making the story accessible to a wide range of readers. Overall, Mary Ware in Texas is a delightful read that explores themes of friendship, family, and personal growth in a compelling and relatable way.

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A continuation of the adventures of Mary Ware, the chum of the Little Colonel and the heroine of the tenth volume in the "Little Colonel" series. Mary Ware goes to Texas where during a winter with her mother and Jack in San Antonio and the hill country she has new and varied experiences which are entertainingly set down for the enjoyment of young readers.

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