A little girl's song of celebration at being part of, and alive in, the universe. Convert currency. Add to Basket. Condition: Very Good.
by Susan Fenimore Cooper
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"I am cherry alive," the little girl sang
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General Introduction Hugh C. Originally published in St. Cocquelicot was an Angora cat, belonging to the children of an American family, living in Paris. His mother was a splendid creature in her way. I have never seen such a puss in America; her fur, dark lead-color, and silvery white, was very fine and silky, and must have been several inches long on her breast, back, and feather-like tail. This distinguished cat, called "Gros Minet" belonged to a French family, who very kindly gave one of her kittens to their young American friends.