e-Book Magic for Marigold epub downloadAuthor: L.M. Montgomery
Publisher: McClelland & Stewart (November 10, 1989)
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by L.M. Montgomery
The characters and events portrayed in this book are fictitious or are used fictitiously
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Marigold made one swift bound across the granary, caught Babe by the arm, pulled her with scant regard for her eggs into . Now, you just tell me what you mean and no more nonsense about it. Marigold was not a Lesley for nothing.
Marigold made one swift bound across the granary, caught Babe by the arm, pulled her with scant regard for her eggs into the loft, slammed and bolted the door and stood with her back to it. She snapped her thin-lipped, cruel little mouth shut, then opened it.
For another thing, Marigold had always felt that Mother was a little bit disappointed in her that night at Uncle Paul’s. Of course that was ages ago when she was a mere child of six. She was seven now, and it would never do to show you were frightened. And she loved the other window of her room because she could see the harbor from it and across the harbor to a misty blue cloud behind which was her dear Hidden Land. Marigold was sure nobody in the world had such a dear little room as hers-a room, too, that could only be entered through Mother’s.
The dinner was a dull affair, for Aunt Lily was still sulky, Granny was busy gobbling and the Weed Man was silent.
Marigold crept back to the house-a pathetic, defeated little figure. For a week Marigold moped-so Grandmother termed it. Grandmother was very good to her. She let her help cook-Salome being away on one of her rare vacations-shell lovely walnuts with kinkly meats, seed raisins, slice citron peel; even-oh, bliss of happier days!-beat eggs. It’s the heat, said Grandmother. If it would only get cooler she would be all right. Grandmother would not even let herself look at the idea that Marigold was fretting for Sylvia. It was absurd to suppose that a child would become ill because of the imaginary loss of an imaginary playmate.
Title: Magic for Marigold (1929) Author: L. Montgomery A Project Gutenberg of Australia eBook eBook N. 0300681h. This eBook was produced by: Don Lainson dlainsonatico.
Magic for Marigold (1929) is a novel written by L. Montgomery. Marigold Lesley is an imaginative young girl whose father died before she was born. She grew up at her paternal relatives' estate, Cloud of Spruce.
Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Magic for Marigold: classic. If you're someone who loves L. Montgomery you will enjoy this book. It is filled with many of the things that make her stories endearing: interesting characters and wonder-filled settings. Marigold Lesley is a character in her own right, full of heart and soul and lots of imagination. Marigold didn't seem to learn from her mishaps but kept repeating them.
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said Marigold rebelliously e Magic Door was always in the lock. But she only said, Well, you’re not going to have yours bobbed, so you can make up your small mind to that. In after years you will thank me for i. .Marigold didn’t look or feel very thankful just then. Everybody had bobbed hair.
Magic for Marigold is . Montgomery’s Personal Scrapbooks and Book Covers: Magic for Marigold. Montgomery’s seventeenth book, first published in October 1929 by McClelland and Stewart (Toronto) and the Frederick A. Stokes Company (New York). Focusing on Marigold Lesley, an imaginative girl growing up amid a large extended family, it was preceded by Emily’s Quest (1927) and followed by A Tangled Web (1931). Blog posts on Magic for Marigold. To Nora in memory of a world that has passed away.