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Irvington Stories

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Irvington Stories by Mary Mapes Dodge is a delightful collection of tales that capture the essence of small-town life in the late 19th century. The stories are heartwarming and charming, filled with vivid descriptions of the characters and their daily struggles and triumphs.

Dodge's writing is simple yet captivating, drawing readers in with her rich storytelling and relatable characters. Each story is unique in its own way, exploring themes of friendship, family, and community.

One of the standout features of Irvington Stories is Dodge's ability to transport readers back in time to a bygone era. Her attention to detail and descriptive language paint a vivid picture of life in Irvington, making the stories feel like a window into the past.

Overall, Irvington Stories is a delightful read that will appeal to readers of all ages. Dodge's timeless tales of love, loss, and resilience are sure to resonate with anyone looking for a heartwarming and nostalgic read.

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A collection of 8 short stories for children, written by Mary Mapes Dodge, author of "Hans Brinker, or The Silver Skates". This was her first book, and the stories were written to entertain her children. A Christmas story, tales of the Civil War, and an Indian tale are among the offerings.

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