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Helen Grants Schooldays


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  HELEN GRANT'S SCHOOLDAYS

  BOOKS BY AMANDA M. DOUGLAS

  THE HELEN GRANT BOOKS

  ILLUSTRATED

  HELEN GRANT'S SCHOOLDAYS $1.25 HELEN GRANT'S FRIENDS 1.25 HELEN GRANT AT ALDRED HOUSE 1.25 HELEN GRANT IN COLLEGE 1.25 HELEN GRANT, SENIOR 1.25 HELEN GRANT, GRADUATE 1.25 HELEN GRANT, TEACHER 1.25 HELEN GRANT'S DECISION 1.25 HELEN GRANT'S HARVEST YEAR 1.25

  ALMOST AS GOOD AS A BOY. Illustrated by BERTHA G. DAVIDSON 1.25

  HEROES OF THE CRUSADES. Fifty full-page Illustrations from GUSTAVE DORE 1.50

  LARRY (The $2000 PRIZE STORY) 1.00

  THE KATHIE STORIES. Six Volumes. Illustrated. Per volume 1.00

  THE DOUGLAS NOVELS. Twenty-four Volumes. Per vol. 1.00

  LOTHROP, LEE & SHEPARD CO. BOSTON

  Helen tells her dreams to the old apple tree.(_Frontispiece._) _Page 6._]

  HELEN GRANT'S SCHOOLDAYS

  BY

  AMANDA M. DOUGLAS

  Author of "In the King's Country," "In Trust," "Larry," "The Kathie Stories," "Almost as Good as a Boy," etc.

  _ILLUSTRATED BY AMY BROOKS_

 

  BOSTON LOTHROP, LEE & SHEPARD CO.

  Published, August, 1903

  COPYRIGHT, 1903, BY LEE AND SHEPARD

  _All rights reserved_

  HELEN GRANT'S SCHOOLDAYS

  Norwood Press BERWICK & SMITH CO. Norwood, Mass. U.S.A.

  CONTENTS

  CHAPTER PAGE

  I. HELEN, 1

  II. AN EXCURSION TO HOPE, 20

  III. AIR CASTLES WITH FOUNDATIONS, 41

  IV. PLANTING OF SMALL SEEDS, 65

  V. A GIRL'S DREAMS, 87

  VI. HOW THEY ALL PLANNED, 106

  VII. SUCCESSFUL, 127

  VIII. MRS. VANDORN'S WINNING HAND, 148

  IX. DIFFERENT STANDPOINTS, 169

  X. BEGINNING ANEW, 196

  XI. SCHOOL IN EARNEST, 218

  XII. THE COURAGE OF CONVICTIONS, 238

  XIII. A LITTLE SEED SOWN, 263

  XIV. AND THORNS SPRANG UP, 284

  XV. BETWIXT TWO, 306

  XVI. HOPE THROUGH A WIDER OUTLOOK, 328

  XVII. IN THE DELIGHTFUL CURRENT, 348

  XVIII. WRIT IN AN UNKNOWN TONGUE, 371

 
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