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Brother and Sister Josephine Lawrence Copyright © 2002 All Rights Reserved World Wide. World eBook Library, Public Access Collection. http://worldLibrary.net - To download the PDF version of this document become a member of the World eBook Library Consortia and gain unlimited access to the enhanced PDF eBook Collection. Membership to the World eBook Library Consortia is only $8.95 per year. Your $8.95 helps to support a variety of global literacy programs. 60,000 PDF eBooks and PDF eDocuments in 104 languages have been optimized for text to speak. Let your computer read to you. Join now and gain access to the world's largest PDF eBook Collection (60,000+ and growing daily). To join visit http://netLibrary.net/Join.htm CHAPTER I. THE MORRISONS CHAPTER II. GRANDMA HASTINGS CHAPTER III. SISTER IN MISCHIEF CHAPTER IV. PARTY PREPARATIONS CHAPTER V. DICK'S BUTTONS CHAPTER VI. RALPH'S PRESENT CHAPTER VII. MORE PRESENTS CHAPTER VIII. THE PARTY CHAPTER IX. OUT IN THE BARN CHAPTER X. THE HAUNTED HOUSE CHAPTER XI. JIMMIE'S SURPRISE CHAPTER XII. A LITTLE SHOPPING CHAPTER XIII. A BIG DISAPPOINTMENT CHAPTER XIV. TWO IN TROUBLE CHAPTER XV. TROUBLE AGAIN CHAPTER XVI. MISS PUTNAM COMPLAINS CHAPTER XVII. MAKING UP WITH JIMMIE CHAPTER XVIII. MICKEY GAFFNEY CHAPTER XIX. A VERY SICK DOLL CHAPTER XX. PLANS FOR MICKEY CHAPTER XXI. BROTHER AND SISTER PAY A CALL CHAPTER XXII. MICKEY OWNS UP Produced by Robert Rowe, Charles Franks and the Online Distributed Proofreading Team. CHAPTER I. THE MORRISONS "Brother," said Mother Morrison, "you haven't touched your glass of milk. Hurry now, and drink it before we leave the table." Brother's big brown eyes turned from his knife, which he had been playing was a bridge from the salt cellar to the egg cup, toward the tumbler of milk standing beside his plate. "I don't have to drink milk this morning, Mother," he assured her confidently. "Honestly I don't. It's raining so hard that we can't go outdoors and grow, anyway." Louise, his older sister, said sharply. "Don't be silly!" but Ralph, who was in a hurry to catch his train, stopped long enough to
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give a word of advice. "Look here, Brother," he urged seriously, "better not skip a morning. Your birthday is next week, isn't it? Well, if you're not tall enough by Wednesday morning, you can't have the present I bought for you last night. Too short, no present—you think it over." He stooped to kiss his mother, tweaked Sister's perky bow of hair- ribbon, and with a hasty "Good-bye" for the others at the table, hurried out into the hall. They heard the front door slam after him. Spurred by Ralph's mysterious hint, Brother drank his milk, and then the Morrison family scattered for their usual busy day. Brother and Sister were left to clear the breakfast table. They always did this, carrying out the dishes and silver to Molly in the
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