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Old 10-18-2007, 10:59 PM   #1
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Bailey, Arthur Scott: The Tale of Old Mr. Crow. 18 Oct 07

My wife and I were cleaning out some old boxes in the basement when she discovered several Arthur Scott Bailey books that she had read as a child. They had been in her family for many generations. Being the dedicated worker that I am I promptly started to read one of them. Aside from invoking my wife's ire, I found the stories delightful. They are written for children but not written down to children.

Looking on Project Gutenberg I discovered a treasure of his stories. I will format and post all of them.
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