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Aunt Amy

or, How Minnie Brown learned to be a Sunbeam

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Published: 1853
Language: English
Wordcount: 7,130 / 26 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 82.5
LoC Category: PZ
Downloads: 700
Added to site: 2008.04.05
mnybks.net#: 20495
Genre: Young Readers
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utton, and Kate Button, and about getting some clothes fit for Kate to wear to Sunday school. And I doubt if there were two happier persons in all Rosedale than they.

That evening, aunt Amy proposed to take Minnie and her mother, in her carriage, the next day, on an excursion to a pleasant seaport, about five miles from Rosedale. This trip promised too much pleasure to be refused. So it was agreed that they should start early in the morning, and spend the day in rambling on the sea shore.

Minnie awaked very early the next morning, and was up and dressed, all ready for breakfast, before either her aunt or her mother came down stairs. She was all alive with thoughts of what she should see and do during the day. Indeed, she was so full of happy excitement she ate scarcely any breakfast; and I am afraid she thought too much about the ride while her good father was offering his morning prayer at the family altar. This was hardly right; but Minnie was only a little girl, and we must excuse her for fee

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