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Grandmother Dear by Mrs. Molesworth, Fiction, Historical

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Now he is heading for India -- and the children are to spend several years with their grandmother and aunt, who live in the south of France. There are tears shed at parting with Papa, and a good many more bestowed on the rough coat of Shag, the pony, and the still rougher of Fusser, the Scotch terrier; but the delights of the change and the bustle of the journey soon drown Now he is heading for India -- and the children are to spend several years with their grandmother and aunt, who live in the south of France. There are tears shed at parting with Papa, and a good many more bestowed on the rough coat of Shag, the pony, and the still rougher of Fusser, the Scotch terrier; but the delights of the change and the bustle of the journey soon drown all melancholy thoughts. And meeting their grandmother -- that proves to be the greatest delight them all. Mary Louisa Molesworth (1836-1921), author of The Tapestry Room, tells of long days of adventure and education for the three children learning life in a new country, in Grandmother Dear.


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Now he is heading for India -- and the children are to spend several years with their grandmother and aunt, who live in the south of France. There are tears shed at parting with Papa, and a good many more bestowed on the rough coat of Shag, the pony, and the still rougher of Fusser, the Scotch terrier; but the delights of the change and the bustle of the journey soon drown Now he is heading for India -- and the children are to spend several years with their grandmother and aunt, who live in the south of France. There are tears shed at parting with Papa, and a good many more bestowed on the rough coat of Shag, the pony, and the still rougher of Fusser, the Scotch terrier; but the delights of the change and the bustle of the journey soon drown all melancholy thoughts. And meeting their grandmother -- that proves to be the greatest delight them all. Mary Louisa Molesworth (1836-1921), author of The Tapestry Room, tells of long days of adventure and education for the three children learning life in a new country, in Grandmother Dear.

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