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Blue Bonnet's Ranch Party

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Published: 1912
Language: English
Wordcount: 66,011 / 198 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 85.3
LoC Category: PS
Series: Blue Bonnet
Downloads: 813
Added to site: 2007.06.29
mnybks.net#: 17487
Origin: gutenberg.org

Blue Bonnet and her companions are real girls, the kind that one would like to have in one's home.

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r case which hung from her shoulder. "Stop, everybody, till I get a picture--I nearly forgot! And I want pictures of every stage of the ranch party. Grandmother, please stay on the top step and I'll group the girls below."

"That's right," cried Kitty. "Take one now and another when we get back, and we can label them 'Before and After Taking!'"

Sarah, Kitty, Amanda and Debby, amid the teasing remarks of sundry small boys, obediently took their places as designated by the young artist. Then Blue Bonnet's eyes turned in search of the other two girls.

"Susy! Ruth!" she called. "Why--where are they?"

An embarrassed hush fell on the group about the car. Blue Bonnet looked inquiringly at the telltale faces. It did not take her long to scent a mystery.

"What's the matter?" she cried impatiently.

Doctor Clark stepped forward, clearing his throat queerly. "Fact is, Miss Blue Bonnet," he began, "they--they can't go."

"Can't go?" Blue Bonnet started incredulously at the st

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