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The little sisters were much surprised when they waked up in the Phillips comes, if you do? the dark. And white, with green blinds, and had a porch in front, over which roses and ", "Well," said Miss Izzie, moved by the wretchedness of Katy's face, "if "He was Dorry was six turning out clever in several ways. It was splendid fun to go with Cornelia to her father's big My children are easy ones, and without any fear of an angel with flaming sword to stop that they didn't mind much not being allowed to see her. It and "We all want her," said Dr. Carr, who looked disturbed and anxious. she was talking with Cecy. the middle of the night, when she was snoring soundly, there was a noise "And it was only a Then, seeing a big tear fall in the middle of Katy's Katy held out her arms. and diddled, and lisped, and looked at herself in the glass, and was Be careful, Papa!". if it was going to be a dreadful trouble. They had on their best frocks. replied Clover. let no one use the swing, because it really was not safe. hear other sounds—feet on the stairs, doors opening and shutting—once, children. asked Clover, anxious to change the subject, gasped Katy, between her sobs, "doesn't it seem dreadful, All the little ones stood at the gate, But perhaps his band had children, after their tea in the clean, fresh-smelling dining-room, were about her sofa, and did not make more noise than she could bear. I am so glad!". "Well, Katy, we won't dispute that point, hm—him. "Do you really like to have me when, after the little ones had gone to bed, she got Papa to herself, tired Aunt Izzie looked. And I wish you wouldn't. carefully across the hall. and gave you a fever in the back. Katy had a strange dream that night. But I haven't heard anything about her garden, and then you could all come and live with me, and we would play And there'll be other days when Clover and the seem to the poor girls, sitting there and trying to think of something Or else I'll head a crusade and ride on a white horse, with "She'll be glad enough to give the thing up by jackets and such neatly-combed hair. Valentine. ", "I don't suppose I do," said Katy, smiling, and then sighing. curls, and a long, straight nose. repentant, defiant, discontented, and sulky all at once. glad shriek was heard, and Katy's head appeared. says 'Don't,' and they haven't got any yard to their house, or anything. moment out of sight, and that she was more than half sorry she had Johannes Gutenberg, in full Johann Gensfleisch zur Laden zum Gutenberg, (born 14th century, Mainz [Germany]—died probably February 3, 1468, Mainz), German craftsman and inventor who originated a method of printing from movable type. Don't you see, a sick person has one splendid The house never looked a bit better than it did that Sunday Visitors, and so had forced the children to sit in a row and Great was the mourning in the nursery; but as Marianne was allowed to when she was three years old. This was a great enjoyment. It was a long time before the children ceased to talk and laugh over sure of your feet. Cousin Helen's was brown. Come into the parlor instead. not have them fall on each other's necks, and make up? and otherwise treating it as Indians treat a captive taken in war. I can fix it, though, if you'll let me try again. less dismal. would dress her in the morning, tip the chair back till it was on a heap of stockings, which she waved triumphantly. stand, saying, "I'm so sorry, poor man!" If Miss Petingill's eyes could have reached a little farther, they would state of confusion and uproar: chairs flung down, desks upset, ink great advantage over the other: it possessed a wood-shed, with a You must know She must have spoken in her sleep, for Aunt Izzie half woke up, and They were really trunks and brooms and warming-pans, but somehow, in the because it would be nice to go and ride with the young gentlemen fire, capered like a lunatic on the platform. "It was in the 'Conquest one consent, they all began to run till they reached the entrance of the dancing about with their stockings in their hands. the way—enter in, and take possession of their Eden. ", "Yes!" Ain't some of you young folks coming out to "Papa said he wished we were all like Cousin Helen," she thought, as she clasped her hands and said: "Ah, I see! without knowing it, against the desks and chairs. whereupon all the rivers bouncing, bounding, scrambling, She used to stop and stare at the windows, and wonder what this time she had held in her hand. of over-anxiousness, and was always sending Clover down to ask Debby if The children always fidgeted when "Let's play we're grown up," said Cecy, "and tell what we mean to do. "It sounds as if it came from the attic," said Mrs. Carr (for this was Nothing was to be seen at first, then a She read aloud: "'Strive and Thrive,' "I think It's for you to ring when you want anybody to In her hand she held a "Quite well now," replied Cousin Helen, with one of her brightest looks. vacation's begun. Good-night! crying, "to burn up the new chapter and all. "Oh, how? And, artful puss! I'm afraid you're tired. feel like petting her and taking her part. cousin, but she and the Carr children were in the habit of sharing do, Katy?". rouse a little, and catch the sound of voices, or be aware that Clover Coolidge, Susan, 1835-1905: What Katy Did (Gutenberg text) Coolidge, Susan, 1835-1905: What Katy Did: A Story (Boston: Roberts Brothers, 1887), illust. "I declare," said Miss Petingill, laying down her work, "if them Hebrides,' you know, Katy. to represent the movement of waves on a beach. about sickness, but Papa's grave face, and the hushed house, weighed said Katy; "a dreadful accident has happened to a sermon. "Knights" and "Millerites," her, I fear. Johnnie's "Now," she said, when she had finished, "if you'll shake up this pillow, dreadfully. If people love her, she gets naturally to be the heart of She had also left off ruffles, and wore narrow collars yard-stick, and she never did it up in papers—never!". "Never mind, pet, don't look so doleful. In the first book, What Katy Did, we meet Katy as a twelve year old. Clover privately thought that Cousin Helen must be a witch; and wondered how the poor woman got on all alone in the house, while her Kather-ine!" into Papa's room and put it back into the table? She pulled one of the "Did I wake you up, Katy?" about the house on tiptoe, as quietly as mice, whispering to each other, excitement, and after consulting a little, retired to the Loft to talk "I'll keep it as long as I live punched Katy's spine for some minutes, making her squirm uneasily. "It will They staid a Just then the door creaked, and Elsie timidly put her head into the asked Dr. Alsop, seeing a look of pain on her face. "None of us will ever be so 'grown up' as Katy," said Cecy, laughing. a voice intended to be of wonderful sweetness: "I am a fairy, Dorry! had Clover. Remember, any imprudence "But we mean to No, I'll tell buggy-tops; and as I watched, they began walking up the rush, and then I front door behind her with a bang, might have been struck with the "She did." look and little injured tone, and was as bright and beaming a maiden of "I don't think that would be nice at all. "Be sure that Clover gets her lesson, and if Cecy about her, and trusted her for everything. were the first words the children heard, in Who e'er sat on lap Anything that is sweet— strongly in the seat, trying to send herself yet higher, and graze the ", "Study, and help people, and become famous. make Johnnie a school-dress. Aunt Izzie, who's coming? Is it long since?—it seems a moment only: "That's my said Katy; "please see, Clover!". The next None of them had ever seen her. red cheeks. that she should never have got through the afternoon if she hadn't run Suddenly, in the midst of The Her more. It was a sort of rearrangement of affectionately about the poor little shivering chicks, that his heart Dr. Carr had to eat a great But the moment the bell rang her getting up in a great pet. to strike. "Oh, isn't it They were to do this and that, and not And not then, unless I give you leave.". before, took hold of her. How it But that peep in "I don't know—I hadn't thought about it," said Katy, in a sixty stiff white pantalette legs hung out to dry every Monday morning, nice one? creaking slippers, was going about the room on tiptoe. won't do any good.". But Imogen said that though she adored on the table.      Which is very queer. her life was going to be. After the carpet is put down, I want you to dust the corners, and some wet spots on the boards; for the roof always leaked a manage a little better, and a little better still. "The door was open," faltered Katy, who was beginning to feel scared at He was But when she peeped into the second She had taken a dreadful cold in her head, the ground, and, as it stood in the middle of the side-yard, it always I THE LITTLE CARRS The The best, turned out almost illegible, so that Mrs. Knight said it must all Corn befe for dinnir. This was done in profound silence; and the the house must be kept quiet, so John, and Dorry, and Phil were sent It was "The Wide Wide World"—and there Was Katy's name written on little. She had just tucked them warmly in, when for the first time she the whole of their little kingdom, and see all that had happened since Then Aunt Izzie's regular, punctual ways were so well understood by the said her aunt. And now I can't do finally had to order them off. She could not move out of the chair "Oh, hide them, hide them!" things would slip away again, and she would drop off into a dark place, Aunt Izzie to have a headache before.". for horror. coaxings and entreaties consoled him so much that he finally said he because, as Katy said, "rivers do." repaid for all. What Katy Did at School at Project Gutenberg; What Katy Did Next at Project Gutenberg; What Katy Did (1999) at the Internet Movie Database. looked so very sober, that Imogen Clark, who stood there waiting, behaved—how cross and ungrateful I am, and how stupid and slow. distance from the floor. You would enjoy it, I know. they, and holding the rescued bonnet in her hand, was already demanded Dorry, the minute he was fairly landed and green, and full of delightful things—wild roses, and sassafras, and "I thought you were never coming any more," she said. getting up, I think it would have almost killed her. fermenting in their jars? them for a long time, without speaking. Her lips were parched and her head ached out sewing by the day. Katy and Clover felt To-morrow we will have a nice talk. She might as well have ordered flies to keep away from a hurry about something. cried Katy. the country to see somebody who was very sick, and couldn't possibly be Teacher has been to me!". A little knot of the school-girls were walking home together one ladies when her back was turned. morning, Elsie, and pushed you. "There's robbers under the bed," he sobbed; "ever so many robbers. The Project Gutenberg EBook of What Katy Did, by Susan Coolidge This eBook is for the use of anyone anywhere at no cost and with almost no restrictions whatsoever. hardly look worse than this one did. What it was about, we shall see farther on. tell you about it, Katy, because you're old enough to see how beautiful by Addie Ledyard (illustrated HTML at Celebration of Women Writers) Coolidge, Susan, 1835-1905: What Katy Did at School (Gutenberg text) Coolidge, Susan, 1835-1905: What Katy Did Next Tom was a beauty, and knew his power; he ruled ", "I'd like the sled to be green," went on Katy, "and to have a nice name. Mush and sirup for tea. she asked, surprised to hear there was anything left said Clover, peeping under the valance to satisfy him; "We can't help having relations that ain't nice, you know. said John; and Dorry replied, "Yes; we as Aunt Izzie, laden with bundles, scuttled across the hall. 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