Marjorie's Vacation by Carolyn Wells Page 1 of 161

CONTENTS
CHAPTER
I. MARJORIE'S HOME
II. THE TRIP TO HASLEMERE
III. ON THE ROOF
IV. A PAPER-DOLL HOUSE
V. SOME INTERESTING LETTERS
VI. BOO!
VII. A BOAT-RIDE
VIII. A MEMORY BOOK
IX. THE FRONT STAIRS
X. A LONG DAY
XI. THE DUNNS
XII. THE BAZAAR
XIII. A BIRTHDAY
XIV. "BREEZY INN"
XV. THE BROKEN LADDER
XVI. FIRECRACKERS
XVII. PENNYROYAL
XVIII. WELCOME GIFTS


XIX. THE OLD WELL
XX. AN EVENTFUL DAY
XXI. A FAREWELL TEA-PARTY
MARJORIE'S VACATION
CHAPTER I
MARJORIE'S HOME

In the Maynards' side yard at Rockwell, a swingful of children was slowly swaying back and forth.

The swing was one of those big double wooden affairs that hold four people, so the Maynards just filled it comfortably.

It was a lovely soft summer day in the very beginning of June; the kind of day that makes anybody feel happy but a little bit subdued. The kind of day when the sky is so blue, and the air so clear, that everything seems dreamy and quiet.



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