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  • (In an "oral lesson in English," Penrod had been instructed to put this question in another form: "May I ask which of our public schools you attend?") "Me?

    Penrod

  • (In an "oral lesson in English," Penrod had been instructed to put this question in another form: "May I ask which of our public schools you attend?") "Me?

    Penrod

  • "What's the matter?" called Penrod from the hydrant, where he was filling a bucket.

    Short Stories of Various Types

  • Doctor Thrope, the kind old clergyman who had baptized Penrod, came in for a moment to congratulate the boy, and had just moved away when it was Marjorie's turn, in the line of children, to speak to Penrod.

    Penrod

  • With growing horror she recalled Penrod's long absence when he went to bring the hat.

    Penrod

  • When Mrs. Schofield, with dread in her heart, called Penrod into the house "to take his medicine" before lunch, he came briskly, and took it like a lamb!

    Penrod and Sam

  • Like "Penrod" and "Seventeen," this book contains some remarkable phases of real boyhood and some of the best stories of juvenile prankishness that have ever been written.

    The Shield of Silence

  • She wanted not to talk but only to read "Penrod," stretched upon the lounge until at midnight she fell asleep.

    The Beautiful and Damned

  • "Penrod," she said gravely, "what excuse have you to offer before I report your case to the principal?"

    Penrod

  • "Pfuff!" said Penrod, meaning no disrespect, but endeavoring to dislodge a temporary moustache from his lip.

    Penrod

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