Marjorie's Maytime by Carolyn Wells Page 1 of 162

CONTENTS
I A MAY PARTY
II A NEW PET
III A TRIAL TRIP
IV VISITING A CAMP
V HELD A CAPTIVE
VI AT GRANDMA SHERWOOD'S
VII AN EARLY ESCAPADE
VIII AN EXCITING PICNIC
IX ANCIENT FINERY
X CALLING AT THE SCHOOLHOUSE
XI A CHANCE ACQUAINTANCE
XII AT GRANDMA MAYNARD'S
XIII A CHILDREN'S PARTY
XIV A MERRY JOKE
XV A RIDE IN MAY
XVI AT THE CIRCUS
XVII LITTLE VIVIAN
XVIII IN BOSTON


XIX FUN AT COUSIN ETHEL'S
XX THE FESTIVAL

CHAPTER I
A MAY PARTY

"Marjorie Maynard's May
Came on a beautiful day;
And Marjorie's Maytime
Is Marjorie's playtime;
And that's what I sing and I say!
Hooray!
Yes, that's what I sing and I say!"

Marjorie was coming downstairs in her own sweet way, which was accomplished by putting her two feet close together, and jumping two steps at a time. It didn't expedite her descent at all, but it was delightfully noisy, and therefore agreeable from Marjorie's point of view.



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