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An edition of The Story Girl (1911)

The story girl

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This edition was published in by L.C. Page in Boston.

Beverly King and his younger brother, Felix, are sent to live with an aunt and uncle in Carlisle when their widowed father finds work in a distant land. This story is told from Bev's point of view. He makes friends with the children of the neighborhood, including a girl named Sarah Stanley whose flair for storytelling is celebrated throughout the area. Her talent delights her audience who comes to the charming community of Carlisle to listen to the story girl tell exciting adventures and captivating misfortunes that sometimes have a little truth from the history of the families living in the district. Children and adults alike gather from miles around to attend her awe-inspiring narratives. Sarah is only fourteen years old, but she designs tales that are impossible to reject so that her listeners are dependent on every word. Sarah is not only enchanting and imaginative but also intelligent and sensible. The combination of these intriguing qualities make this book one that a reader will visit over and over again with an appetite for a well-told tale.

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The Story Girl
June 12, 2007, IndyPublish
Paperback in English
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The Story Girl
June 15, 2007, 1st World Library - Literary Society
Hardcover in English
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The Story Girl
September 4, 2007, BiblioBazaar
Paperback in English
Cover of: The Story Girl
The Story Girl
June 15, 2007, 1st World Library - Literary Society
Paperback in English
Cover of: The Story Girl (Large Print Edition)
The Story Girl (Large Print Edition)
September 4, 2007, BiblioBazaar
Paperback in English
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The Story Girl
June 12, 2007, IndyPublish
Hardcover in English
Cover of: Story Girl
Story Girl
March 30, 2006, IndyPublish.com
Paperback in English
Cover of: The Story Girl (Large Print)
The Story Girl (Large Print)
September 20, 2006, Echo Library
Paperback in English - Lrg edition
Cover of: The Story Girl
The Story Girl
November 3, 2006, Hard Press
Paperback in English
Cover of: The Story Girl
The Story Girl
September 27, 2006, Echo Library
Paperback in English
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Story Girl
March 30, 2005, IndyPublish.com
Hardcover in English
Cover of: The Story Girl
The Story Girl
June 2005, North Books
Hardcover in English - Largeprint edition
Cover of: The Story Girl
The Story Girl
June 2005, North Books
Hardcover in English
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The Story Girl
2004, NuVision Publications
eBook in English
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The Story Girl
June 30, 2004, Kessinger Publishing
Paperback in English
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Schemdreams
March 2004, Tandem Library
Hardcover in English
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Schemdreams
March 2004, Tandem Library
Hardcover in English
Cover of: Schemdreams
Schemdreams
March 2004, Tandem Library
Hardcover in English
Cover of: The Story Girl
The Story Girl
December 2003, IndyPublish.com
Paperback in English
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The Story Girl
December 2003, IndyPublish.com
Hardcover in English
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The Story Girl
August 2000, Quiet Vision
CD-ROM
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The Story Girl
November 2000, Quiet Vision Pub
Library Binding in English - Lrg edition
Cover of: The Story Girl
The Story Girl
August 2000, Quiet Vision Pub
Paperback in English
Cover of: The Story Girl
The Story Girl
November 2000, Quiet Vision Pub
Library binding in English
Cover of: The Story Girl
The Story Girl
November 2000, Quiet Vision Pub
Paperback in English - Lrg edition
Cover of: The story girl
The story girl
1996, Gramercy Books
in English
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The Story Girl
March 5, 1991, Signet Classics
in English
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The story girl.
1990, Bantam
in English
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The Story Girl
December 1, 1988, Bantam
Paperback in English
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The story girl
1987, Seal Books
in English
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Story Girl
June 1986, Mcgraw-Hill Ryerson Ltd
Cover of: Story Girl
Story Girl
June 1986, Mcgraw-Hill Ryerson Ltd
Paperback
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The story girl
1970, McGraw-Hill Ryerson
in English - 1st Canadian ed. --
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The story girl
1966, Ryerson Press
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The story girl
1953, Ryerson Press
in English
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The story girl
1944, Ryerson Press
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The story girl.
1944, Ryerson Press
in English - [1st Canadian ed.]
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The story girl
1944, Ryerson Press
in English - 1st Canadian ed. --
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The story girl
1926, G.G. Harrap
in English
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The story girl
1919, Page
in English - 6th impression.
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The story girl.
1911, Burt
in English
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The story girl
1911, L.C. Page & Company
in English
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The story girl
1911, L.C. Page
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The Story Girl
1911, Page
in French / français

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The Story Girl

First published in 1911



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Beverly King and his younger brother, Felix, are sent to live with an aunt and uncle in Carlisle when their widowed father finds work in a distant land. This story is told from Bev's point of view. He makes friends with the children of the neighborhood, including a girl named Sarah Stanley whose flair for storytelling is celebrated throughout the area. Her talent delights her audience who comes to the charming community of Carlisle to listen to the story girl tell exciting adventures and captivating misfortunes that sometimes have a little truth from the history of the families living in the district. Children and adults alike gather from miles around to attend her awe-inspiring narratives. Sarah is only fourteen years old, but she designs tales that are impossible to reject so that her listeners are dependent on every word. Sarah is not only enchanting and imaginative but also intelligent and sensible. The combination of these intriguing qualities make this book one that a reader will visit over and over again with an appetite for a well-told tale.

The story girl

This edition was published in by L.C. Page in Boston.


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Library of Congress
PZ3 .M767St, PZ7.M768 S

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OL7200007M
Internet Archive
storygirl00montuoft
LC Control Number
11011564
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31740

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