The Secret Garden, complete online version

First edition illustrated Children's Book By Frances Hodgson Burnett

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" there was some one crying---there
'"THE next day the rain poured down in torrents *■ again, and when Mary looked out of her win­dow the moor was almost hidden by gray mist and cloud. There could be no going out to-day.
" What do you do in your cottage when it rains like this? " she asked Martha.
" Try to keep from under each other's feet mostly," Martha answered. "Eh! there does seem a lot of us then. Mother's a good-tem­pered woman but she gets fair moithered. The biggest ones goes out in th' cow-shed and plays there. Dickon he doesn't mind th' wet. He goes out just th' same as if th' sun was shinin'. He says he sees things on rainy days as doesn't show when it's fair weather. He once found a little fox cub half drowned in its hole and he brought it home in th' bosom of his shirt to keep it warm. Its mother had been killed nearby an' th' hole was swum out an' th' rest o' th' litter was dead. He's got it at home now. He found a