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By Jane Andrews

Sequel to "The Seven Sisters Who survive the around Ball That Floats within the Air." during this quantity the tales of the seven little sisters are endured, with extra element approximately how they reside of their tremendously various environments and the way they're attached to their sisters world wide. appropriate for a long time 7 and up.

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But I doubt if you feel more at home in it than you did on Agoonack's ice island or Manenko's long journey, for it is not at all like any city you have ever seen—not like Boston or New York, not like St. Louis or Chicago. Let us stand still for a minute, if we can find a quiet spot in this narrow, crowded street, and see what it is like. It is Sunday afternoon, but we hear no church bells, and all the business seems to be going on just the same as on a week day. " asks Dadie. Oh, yes! But their Sunday is Friday.

There are no horses and wagons to carry anything, but they march on foot, single file, and carry all the baggage themselves. First the father with his spear and shield, bow and arrows, slung over his shoulders. Then Zungo, the oldest son; he, too, carries bow and spear, and also a load of sleeping-mats tied together with rope made of palm fibre. Then follows the mother. I hope some good children are carrying all her bundles for her. But no; see, she has the heaviest load of all. On her head is the water jar, over her shoulders all the family clothing and cooking utensils, and in her hands the baskets and the short hoes for hoeing corn.

At least, they can understand how glad the people are; that is something that can be told alike in all languages. But it makes them feel all the more lonely, for nobody is glad to see them. But what little blue-eyed girl has her arms about Mr. Meyer's neck? Now see, he is leading her by the hand and looking on this side and on that until he spies the little Esquimau girl in her corner. " Louise, the fair-faced, sweet, clean little girl; Agoonack, the dark and dirty—yes, still dirty—little Esquimau, the lonely little stranger in a strange land.

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