Everybody's Lonesome: A True Fairy Story
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Everybody's Lonesome: A True Fairy Story

By Clara E. (Clara Elizabeth) Laughlin
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  • [Frontispiece: "Both wanted to toast, and they took turns."]
  • Everybody's Lonesome
    • A True Fairy Story
      • By
      • CLARA E. LAUGHLIN
        • Illustrated by A. I. KELLER.
        • New York    Chicago    Toronto Fleming H. Revell Company London and Edinburgh
      • Illustrated by A. I. KELLER.
      • New York    Chicago    Toronto Fleming H. Revell Company London and Edinburgh
      • To Mabel Tallaferro, The Faery Child
    • By
    • CLARA E. LAUGHLIN
      • Illustrated by A. I. KELLER.
      • New York    Chicago    Toronto Fleming H. Revell Company London and Edinburgh
    • Illustrated by A. I. KELLER.
    • New York    Chicago    Toronto Fleming H. Revell Company London and Edinburgh
    • To Mabel Tallaferro, The Faery Child
    • CONTENTS
    • ILLUSTRATIONS
      • "BOTH WANTED TO TOAST, AND THEY TOOK TURNS" . . . . . . Title
      • "…FOUND HERSELF LOOKING INTO EYES THAT SMILED AS WITH AN OLD FRIENDLINESS"
    • "BOTH WANTED TO TOAST, AND THEY TOOK TURNS" . . . . . . Title
    • "…FOUND HERSELF LOOKING INTO EYES THAT SMILED AS WITH AN OLD FRIENDLINESS"
  • Everybody's Lonesome
    • I
      • DISAPPOINTED IN LIFE
      • II
      • YOUR OWN IS WAITING
      • III
      • FINDING THE FIRST FAIRY
      • IV
      • BEING KIND TO A TIRED MAN
      • V
      • GOING TO THE PARTY
      • VI
      • THE "LION" OF THE EVENING
      • VII
      • AT CANDLE-LIGHTIN' TIME
      • VIII
      • LEARNING TO BE BRAVE AND SWEET
      • IX
      • TELLING THE SECRET TO MOTHER
      • X
      • THE OLD WORLD AND THE KING
      • XI
      • A MEETING AND A PARTING
        • [Illustration: "…found herself looking into eyes that smiled as with an old friendliness."]
      • [Illustration: "…found herself looking into eyes that smiled as with an old friendliness."]
      • XII
      • AT OCEAN'S EDGE
    • DISAPPOINTED IN LIFE
    • II
    • YOUR OWN IS WAITING
    • III
    • FINDING THE FIRST FAIRY
    • IV
    • BEING KIND TO A TIRED MAN
    • V
    • GOING TO THE PARTY
    • VI
    • THE "LION" OF THE EVENING
    • VII
    • AT CANDLE-LIGHTIN' TIME
    • VIII
    • LEARNING TO BE BRAVE AND SWEET
    • IX
    • TELLING THE SECRET TO MOTHER
    • X
    • THE OLD WORLD AND THE KING
    • XI
    • A MEETING AND A PARTING
      • [Illustration: "…found herself looking into eyes that smiled as with an old friendliness."]
    • [Illustration: "…found herself looking into eyes that smiled as with an old friendliness."]
    • XII
    • AT OCEAN'S EDGE
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