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Patty's Butterfly Days (Patty Fairfield #10)
Purchase one of 1st World Library's Classic Books and help support our free internet library of downloadable eBooks. Visit us online at www.1stWorldLibrary.ORG - - "Different men are of different opinions; some like apples, some like inions," sang Patty, as she swayed herself idly back and forth in the veranda swing; "but, truly-ooly, Nan," she went on, "I don't care a sni ...more
(first published 1912)
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Patty and her friend Mona live at the seaside for a couple of months while their parents are off and gone to various other locations. Mona, though rich, doesn't necessarily have the good taste and social skills that she should, so Patty is trying to be a good influence on her. With Patty around, lots of people come to visit the girls, and Mona is eventually inspired to have her very own "house party," which means that a whole bunch of people come to live with you for several weeks and you have l ...more
House party after house party. Read a lot of this author's books all at once and you realise she reuses some of her clever party ideas (was this the book when I noticed her fondness for fancy dress costumes made out of cheesecloth?).
Carolyn Wells was a prolific writer for over 40 years and was especially noted for her humor, and she was a frequent contributor of nonsense verse and whimsical pieces to such little magazines as Gelett Burgess' The Lark, the Chap Book, the Yellow Book, and the Philistine.More about Carolyn Wells...
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