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A Nazareth Christmas A Nazareth Christmas

A Nazareth Christmas
"Now, tell us, mother, again - as ever this night - the story of our brother's birth.""Yes, dear mother, and not forgetting the star; for us no story is like this, not even the story of young King David, although in truth, that is a goodly tale.""Then sit, children; lend me your aid with the gifts; and now, as dark comes on, while yet your father and brother are not returned from their work, I will repeat again the oft-told story. I see not how I can forget aught, for it seems ever before me."You must know it was between the... Short Stories - Post by : kpoole - Date : September 2010 - Author : Lucia Prudence H Woodbury - Read : 3290

A Story That Never Ends A Story That Never Ends

A Story That Never Ends
Tommy was very angry. He rushed up-stairs and into his mother's room, utterly forgetting his knock or "Am I welcome, mother?" "Bang!" echoed the door behind him with a noise that resounded over the whole house. Why he was angry was plain enough. His eye was black, nose bleeding, coat torn, collar hanging. His mother took it off as he bent over the wash-bowl. "Oh, Tommy," she said, "you've been fighting again." "Well, mother," he exclaimed, "what do you expect me to do? That Bob Sykes threw rocks at me again and called me names. He said I was - "... Short Stories - Post by : roweis - Date : September 2010 - Author : Lucia Prudence H Woodbury - Read : 1293

The Potato Child The Potato Child

The Potato Child
It was certain that Elsie had a very hard and solitary life.When Miss Amanda had selected her from among the girls at "The Home," the motherly matron felt sorry."She is a tender-hearted little thing, and a kind word goes a great way with Elsie."Miss Amanda looked at the matron as if she were speaking Greek, and said nothing. It was quite plain that few words, either kind or unkind, would pass Miss Amanda's lips. But "The Home" was more than full, and Miss Amanda Armstrong was a person well known as the leading dressmaker in the city, a person of some... Short Stories - Post by : mjaiken - Date : September 2010 - Author : Lucia Prudence H Woodbury - Read : 1436