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Hoodie

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  • The Project Gutenberg eBook, Hoodie, by Mary Louisa Stewart Molesworth, Illustrated by Lewis Baumer
    • E-text prepared by Chris Curnow, Lindy Walsh, and the Project Gutenberg Online Distributed Proofreading Team (http://www.pgdp.net)
  • Hoodie
    • ILLUSTRATED BY LEWIS BAUMER
      • W. & R. CHAMBERS. LIMITED. LONDON AND EDINBURGH. 1897
        • Edinburgh: Printed by W. & R. Chambers, Limited.
      • Edinburgh: Printed by W. & R. Chambers, Limited.
      • "Nobody loves poor Hoodie."
    • W. & R. CHAMBERS. LIMITED. LONDON AND EDINBURGH. 1897
      • Edinburgh: Printed by W. & R. Chambers, Limited.
    • Edinburgh: Printed by W. & R. Chambers, Limited.
    • "Nobody loves poor Hoodie."
    • CONTENTS.
    • LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS.
    • CHAPTER I.
      • AT WAR WITH THE WORLD.
      • "I had my basket on my arm and the big doggie stood beside me."
    • AT WAR WITH THE WORLD.
    • "I had my basket on my arm and the big doggie stood beside me."
    • CHAPTER II.
      • HOODIE GOES IN SEARCH OF A GRANDMOTHER.
      • It's just like Martin's cottage
    • HOODIE GOES IN SEARCH OF A GRANDMOTHER.
    • It's just like Martin's cottage
    • CHAPTER III.
      • LITTLE BABY AND ITS MOTHER.
      • "Who is zou, please?"
      • Poor Cross
    • LITTLE BABY AND ITS MOTHER.
    • "Who is zou, please?"
    • Poor Cross
    • CHAPTER IV.
      • MAUDIE'S GODMOTHER.
      • "Up in the nursley," said Hoodie coolly
    • MAUDIE'S GODMOTHER.
    • "Up in the nursley," said Hoodie coolly
    • CHAPTER V.
      • STORIES TELLING.
      • "Has zou had a nice sleep?"
    • STORIES TELLING.
    • "Has zou had a nice sleep?"
    • CHAPTER VI.
      • "THE CHINTZ CURTAINS."
      • "He took off the cap and bowed low."
      • Hec and Duke ... sticking daisies on to a thorn
    • "THE CHINTZ CURTAINS."
    • "He took off the cap and bowed low."
    • Hec and Duke ... sticking daisies on to a thorn
    • CHAPTER VII.
      • TWO TRUES.
    • TWO TRUES.
    • CHAPTER VIII.
      • HOODIE'S FOUNDLING.
      • "If peoples interrumpt, I wish they'd finish their interrumpting, and not stop in the middle."
      • "The darling," said Hoodie ecstatically
    • HOODIE'S FOUNDLING.
    • "If peoples interrumpt, I wish they'd finish their interrumpting, and not stop in the middle."
    • "The darling," said Hoodie ecstatically
    • CHAPTER IX.
      • THE GOLDEN CAGE.
      • Hec refused to be comforted
    • THE GOLDEN CAGE.
    • Hec refused to be comforted
    • CHAPTER X.
      • FLOWN.
      • "Please 'agive me and kiss me."
      • "Slowly and cautiously, whistling softly all the time"
    • FLOWN.
    • "Please 'agive me and kiss me."
    • "Slowly and cautiously, whistling softly all the time"
    • CHAPTER XI.
      • HOODIE'S DISOBEDIENCE.
      • "Oh dear," she exclaimed. "Are the flowers all gone?"
    • HOODIE'S DISOBEDIENCE.
    • "Oh dear," she exclaimed. "Are the flowers all gone?"
    • CHAPTER XII.
      • HOODIE AWAKES.
      • "Tell Martin they're for Miss Maudie with Miss Hoodie's love."
    • HOODIE AWAKES.
    • "Tell Martin they're for Miss Maudie with Miss Hoodie's love."
    • Books by Mrs. Molesworth
      • PUBLISHED BY
      • W. & R. CHAMBERS, Limited.
    • PUBLISHED BY
    • W. & R. CHAMBERS, Limited.
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