Brenda, Her School and Her Club
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Brenda, Her School and Her Club

By Helen Leah Reed
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  • Brenda,
  • Her School and Her Club
    • Author of "Miss Theodora," Etc.
    • ILLUSTRATED BY JESSIE WILLCOX SMITH
    • BOSTON LITTLE, BROWN, AND COMPANY 1900
    • Copyright, 1900, By Little, Brown, and Company.
    • All rights reserved.
    • "The child himself, surrounded by a group of curious girls, clung to Nora's hand"
  • CONTENTS
  • LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS
  • BRENDA, HER SCHOOL AND HER CLUB
  • I
    • FOUR FRIENDS
  • II
    • JULIA'S ARRIVAL
  • III
    • THE RESCUE
  • IV
    • A CLUB MEETING
    • "'Oh, I'll tell you what, girls,—let us work for—Manuel!'"
  • V
    • MISS CRAWDON'S SCHOOL
  • VI
    • MISUNDERSTANDINGS
  • VII
    • VISITING MANUEL
  • VIII
    • PLANNING THE BAZAAR
  • IX
    • A MYSTERIOUS MANSION
  • X
    • A SOPHOMORE
  • XI
    • THE COOKING CLASS
  • XII
    • CONCERNING JULIA
  • XIII
    • GREAT EXPECTATIONS
  • XIV
    • THE FOOTBALL GAME
  • XV
    • A POET AT HOME
    • "She was able to rush on and pick them up as they were dashed against a lamp-post"
  • XVI
    • AN HISTORIC RAMBLE
  • XVII
    • THE ROSAS AT HOME
  • XVIII
    • MERRY CHRISTMAS
  • XIX
    • NORA'S THOUGHTLESSNESS
  • XX
    • FIDESSA AND HER MISTRESS
    • "Now as Julia sat there drinking tea from the quaintest of old-fashioned china cups"
  • XXI
    • MISS SOUTH AND JULIA
  • XXII
    • BRENDA'S SECRET
  • XXIII
    • ALMOST READY
  • XXIV
    • AN EVENING'S FUN
  • XXV
    • THE BAZAAR
  • XXVI
    • GREAT EXCITEMENT
  • XXVII
    • A MISTAKE
  • XXVIII
    • EXPLANATIONS
  • XXIX
    • AFTER VACATION
  • XXX
    • BRENDA'S FOLLY
    • "'Why, Brenda Barlow, why are you lying in this downcast position?'"
  • XXXI
    • THE SHILOH PICNIC
    • THE END
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