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Georgina of the Rainbows   By: (1863-1931)

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Georgina of the Rainbows by Annie F. Johnston is a captivating and heartfelt story that delves deep into the human spirit and the power of love and self-discovery. Set in the early 20th century, the book takes readers on a journey through the small town of Brookville, where the protagonist, Georgina, resides.

The story begins with Georgina, an ambitious and curious young woman, who dreams of a life beyond the confines of her hometown. Despite the challenges and limitations placed upon women during this era, Georgina's determination shines through as she embarks on a quest to pursue her aspirations.

Annie F. Johnston presents an incredibly relatable and empowering character in Georgina. Her resilience in the face of adversity is inspiring, and readers will find themselves rooting for her every step of the way. As Georgina encounters various obstacles on her path, the author masterfully weaves in themes of perseverance, friendship, and the importance of staying true to oneself.

Furthermore, the book's setting is vividly described, transporting readers to a time where the simplicity of life coexists with the complexities of pursuing dreams. The author effortlessly captures the beauty of nature and the changing seasons, making them integral elements in Georgina's personal growth.

What truly sets this book apart is its exploration of the power of human connections. Johnston beautifully explores the relationships between Georgina and the people she meets in her journey. Each encounter contributes to her development, highlighting the significance of compassion, understanding, and the bonds we create along the way.

Georgina of the Rainbows is a timeless tale that speaks to the universal themes of ambition, resilience, and embracing one's true self. Annie F. Johnston's captivating storytelling compels readers to reflect on their own dreams and aspirations, reminding us that anything is possible if we believe in ourselves. This beautifully written novel will undoubtedly leave an enduring impact on its readers, and serve as a reminder of the power of hope and the beauty of chasing one's dreams.

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[Illustration: Georgiana of the Rainbows]





"... Still bear up and steer right onward. " MILTON

To My Little God daughter "ANNE ELIZABETH"

[Illustration: "At the Tip of Old Cape Cod."]


I. Her Earlier Memories II. Georgina's Playmate Mother III. The Towncrier Has His Say IV. New Friends and the Green Stairs V. In the Footsteps of Pirates VI. Spend the Day Guests VII. "The Tishbite" VIII. The Telegram that Took Barby Away IX. The Birthday Prism X. Moving Pictures XI. The Old Rifle Gives Up Its Secret XII. A Hard Promise XIII. Lost and Found at the Liniment Wagon XIV. Buried Treasure XV. A Narrow Escape XVI. What the Storm Did XVII. In the Keeping of the Dunes XVIII. Found Out XIX. Tracing the Liniment Wagon XX. Dance of the Rainbow Fairies XXI. On the Trail of the Wild Cat Woman XXII. The Rainbow Game XXIII. Light Dawns for Uncle Darcy XXIV. A Contrast in Fathers XXV. A Letter to Hong Kong XXVI. Peggy Joins the Rainbow Makers XXVII. A Modern "St. George and the Dragon" XXVIII... Continue reading book >>

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