Page by Page Books
Read Books Online, for Free
The Golden Road Lucy Maud Montgomery

Disappearance Of Paddy

Page 5 of 5

Table Of Contents: The Golden Road

Previous Page

Previous Chapter

Next Chapter

More Books

More by this Author

"It's ever so much worse than when he was so sick last fall," said Cecily drearily. "Then we knew that everything was done for him that could be done."

We could not appeal to Peg Bowen this time. In our desperation we would have done it, but Peg was far away. With the first breath of spring she was up and off, answering to the lure of the long road. She had not been seen in her accustomed haunts for many a day. Her pets were gaining their own living in the woods and her house was locked up.

Tired of reading? Add this page to your Bookmarks or Favorites and finish it later.

Page 5 of 5 Previous Page   Next Chapter
Who's On Your Reading List?
Read Classic Books Online for Free at
Page by Page Books.TM
The Golden Road
Lucy Maud Montgomery

Home | More Books | About Us | Copyright 2004