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A delightful decorative edition of What Katy Did Next by Susan Coolidge. It follows the stories What Katy Did and What Katy Did At School and tells the adventures of Katy Carr as she travels to Europe.
“It is a curious fact, and makes life very interesting, that, generally speaking, none of us have any expectation that things are going to happen till the very moment when they do happen. We wake up some morning with no idea that a great happiness is at hand, and before night it has come, and all the world is changed for us; or we wake bright and cheerful, with never a guess that clouds of sorrow are lowering in our sky, to put all the sunshine out for a while, and before noon all is dark. Nothing whispers of either the joy or the grief. No instinct bids us to delay or to hasten the opening of the letter or telegram, or the lifting of the latch of the door at which stands the messenger of good or ill.”
A gem among a bounty of stunning vintage books and classic novels on our online used bookstore.