The Secret Garden, complete online version

First edition illustrated Children's Book By Frances Hodgson Burnett

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228           THE SECRET GARDEN
and gold ones — even now. 'Perhaps the leave are beginning to break out and uncurl — and per haps — the gray is changing and a green gauze veil is creeping—and creeping over —every thing. And the birds are coming to look at it-1 because it is — so safe and still. And perhaps -perhaps — perhaps —" very softly and slowly in-deed, " the robin has found a mate — and is build­ing a nest."
And Colin was asleep.