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Mother Stories

By Maud Lindsay
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  • MOTHER STORIES
    • BY
  • MAUD LINDSAY
    • ILLUSTRATED by SARAH NOBLE-IVES
      • MILTON BRADLEY COMPANY
        • SPRINGFIELD MASS. 1928
        • Bradley Quality Books
      • SPRINGFIELD MASS. 1928
      • Bradley Quality Books
    • MILTON BRADLEY COMPANY
      • SPRINGFIELD MASS. 1928
      • Bradley Quality Books
    • SPRINGFIELD MASS. 1928
    • Bradley Quality Books
    • DEDICATED to MY MOTHER
      • Front Cover
    • Front Cover
    • CONTENTS
    • LIST OF STORIES
    • PREFACE
    • THE WIND'S WORK
      • "Now I am in my proper place," said the Kite.
    • "Now I am in my proper place," said the Kite.
    • MRS. TABBY GRAY
      • The lady followed her; and she led the way to the trunk.
    • The lady followed her; and she led the way to the trunk.
    • FLEET WING AND SWEET VOICE
      • The little pigeons were taken in to see the king's daughter.
    • The little pigeons were taken in to see the king's daughter.
    • THE LITTLE GIRL WITH THE LIGHT
      • The child took the tiny creature in her arms and held it close.
    • The child took the tiny creature in her arms and held it close.
    • THE LITTLE GRAY PONY
      • When she came near the man she stopped to ask him his trouble.
    • When she came near the man she stopped to ask him his trouble.
    • HOW THE HOME WAS BUILT
      • So the House was built; a cozy room for the cooking and eating.
    • So the House was built; a cozy room for the cooking and eating.
    • THE LITTLE TRAVELER
      • "There is always a way to get over the stream, Follow me! Follow me!"
    • "There is always a way to get over the stream, Follow me! Follow me!"
    • THE OPEN GATE
      • "The gate is open, the brown colt's gone, the brindle calf's going, and we are thinking about it, quawk! quawk!"
    • "The gate is open, the brown colt's gone, the brindle calf's going, and we are thinking about it, quawk! quawk!"
    • INSIDE THE GARDEN GATE
      • PART I.
        • So the Grandmother played that she was a great yellow butterfly.
      • So the Grandmother played that she was a great yellow butterfly.
      • PART II.
      • PART III.
      • PART IV.
    • PART I.
      • So the Grandmother played that she was a great yellow butterfly.
    • So the Grandmother played that she was a great yellow butterfly.
    • PART II.
    • PART III.
    • PART IV.
    • THE JOURNEY
      • As soon as the inn was reached the horses stopped.
    • As soon as the inn was reached the horses stopped.
    • The GIANT ENERGY & The FAIRY SKILL
      • Then she set him to work, bidding him sort a heap of tangled threads.
    • Then she set him to work, bidding him sort a heap of tangled threads.
    • THE SEARCH FOR A GOOD CHILD
      • And the mother called from the kitchen—'Is that my sunbeam coming home to roost?'
    • And the mother called from the kitchen—'Is that my sunbeam coming home to roost?'
    • THE CLOSING DOOR
      • One day * * * she had a visitor who came in without knocking.
    • One day * * * she had a visitor who came in without knocking.
    • THE MINSTREL'S SONG
      • Harmonius * * * touched his harp and sang.
    • Harmonius * * * touched his harp and sang.
    • DUST UNDER THE RUG
      • All the little dwarfs came running out to see what was the matter.
    • All the little dwarfs came running out to see what was the matter.
    • THE STORY OF GRETCHEN
      • The dearest Christmas Gift that ever came to a homesick little girl.
    • The dearest Christmas Gift that ever came to a homesick little girl.
    • THE KING'S BIRTHDAY
      • "Mother, mother, here am I!"
        • Back Cover
      • Back Cover
    • "Mother, mother, here am I!"
      • Back Cover
    • Back Cover
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