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Peggy Parsons a Hampton Freshman

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Author: Annabel Sharp
Language: English
Wordcount: 42,069 / 130 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 59.5
LoC Category: PZ
Downloads: 333
Added to site: 2011.10.25 30924
Genre: Young Readers

An adventure with Peggy Parson who is now moving to Hampton. The book begins with a recap of the preceding title.

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o happy."

Katherine glanced across at Peggy and smiled. Her room-mate was wiping away the last gleam of moisture from her eyes, and the inner sunlight of her spirit was beginning to shine through the gloom.

She rose and went toward the girls, but they laid their offerings on a chair and withdrew. While Peggy was looking after them appreciatively, another stranger entered on a similar mission.

For fifteen minutes, while Peggy and Katherine were making themselves presentable for luncheon, the gift-bearers kept coming, leaving their present on the dressing-table in the bedroom or the window seat in the living-room, sometimes saying nothing at all, and sometimes a great deal.

"You won't mind going down now?" Katherine asked.

"N-not so much," admitted Peggy, putting dabs of perfume out of various bottles here and there on her cheered-up countenance, on her fluffy gold-brown hair, and on the new waist, contributed.

For at least six girls had brought perfume and loyal Peggy



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