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Mabel Ross, the Sewing Girl

Read by Jennifer Fournier


Orphaned Mabel struggles to raise her sisters by working as a sewing girl for long hours and low wages. She meets her challenges with a calm…

The Republic of the Future

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Anna Bowman Dodd

or Socialism a Reality In the year 2050, Wolfgang travels to the socialist city of New York. He writes enthusiastically to his friend Hann…

Chapter 19

In Wandl the Invader (version 2)

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Ray Cummings

There were nine major planets in the Solar System and it was within their boundaries that man first set up interplanetary commerce and began…

To Knit a Stitch

In The Mary Frances Knitting and Crocheting Book

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Jane Eayre Fryer

Mary Frances is a little girl whose Aunt Maria intends to teach her to knit and crochet, but she's very strict and demanding. It's a good th…

My Lady April - Read by JEF

In My Lady April

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Ernest Dowson

Ernest Christopher Dowson was an English poet, novelist, and short-story writer, often associated with the Decadent movement. - Summary by …

Anne's Impressions of Sunday-School

In Anne of Green Gables (Version 8)

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Lucy Maud Montgomery

In the first book of this classic series, Anne Shirley is an 11 year-old orphan girl who has never had a true home. Through an adoption mist…


In Astounding Stories 19, July 1931

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Ray Cummings

THE DOOM FROM PLANET 4 JACK WILLIAMSON A Ray of Fire, Green, Mysterious, Stabs Through the Night to Dan on His Ship. It Leads Him to a…

In Spring - Read by JEF

In In Spring

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Aline Kilmer

Aline Murray Kilmer (August 1, 1888 – October 1, 1941), was an American poet, children's book author, and essayist, and the wife and widow o…

III The Screen-Maiden

In Shadowings

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Lafcadio Hearn

This is another of the popular books that Lafcadio Hearn wrote on various Japanese subjects. The first part "Stories From Strange Books…