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Bunny Brown and His Sister Sue and Their Shetland Pony

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Author: Laura Lee Hope
Published: 1918
Language: English
Wordcount: 48,814 / 139 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 96.6
LoC Category: PZ
Series: Bunny Brown
Downloads: 619
Added to site: 2006.10.18
mnybks.net#: 2442
Origin: gutenberg.org
Genre: Young Readers
Excerpt

him now. Maybe he'd let them go."

"Yes, it is too bad," said Mrs. Brown. "But I don't know where the children went. I guess they ran over to Sadie West's house to play. But you haven't time to stop for them if Mr. Brown is in a hurry. They can ride some other time. Drive along, Bunker."

Now if Bunny Brown and his Sister Sue had heard this talk they might, then and there, have called out that they were already in the auto. And, if they had done so, perhaps a whole lot of things that happened afterwards might not have happened.

But you never can tell what is going to take place next in this world. The reason Bunny and Sue didn't hear what their mother and Bunker said was because they had their heads covered with the blankets, so their snickers and laughter wouldn't be heard outside the ark.

And there they stayed, inside the big auto, as Bunker started off once more, driving first to the boat and fish dock to get Mr. Brown, who was going to East Milford with him.

"It's too bad

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