By Mark Kimball Moulton
This identify is acceptable for a long time 4-8. occasionally lifestyles offers us with unforeseen magical moments. So it truly is during this story of a snowman named simply Bob: while a tender baby builds a snowman, he involves existence simply lengthy adequate to impart a couple of recommendations in regards to the significance of creating and keeping friendships pricey. Illustrated with heat and whimsy, this e-book is a vintage tale the total kinfolk can percentage.
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THE COURTESY OF SENDING TICKETS EARLY Most people are at times “obliged” to take tickets for various charity entertainments—balls, theatricals, concerts or pageants—to which, if they do not care to go themselves, they give away their tickets. ” sent at seven o’clock that same evening, after the Lovejoys have settled themselves for an evening at home (Celia having decided not to curl her hair and Donald having that morning sent his only dinner coat to be re-faced) can not give the same pleasure that their earlier offer would have given.
Toplofty goes into the theater herself (she does not bother to wait for any boys), and in this one instance she very likely sits in a stage box so as to “keep her eye on them,” and with her she has two or three of her own friends. After the theater, big motor busses drive them all either to the house of the hostess or to a hotel for supper and to dance. If they go to a hotel, a small ballroom must be engaged and the dance is a private one; it would be considered out of place to take a lot of very young people to a public cabaret.
If fifty or more are to be asked, invitations are sometimes engraved. But—and usually—the “general utility” invitation (see XI¶41) is filled in, as follows: Or notes in either wording are written in hand. All those who accept have a ticket sent them. 15. Order your motor to come for you at 010 Fifth Avenue at 1 A. ” On the evening of the theater party, Mrs. Toplofty herself stands in the lobby to receive the guests. As soon as any who are to sit next to each other have arrived, they are sent into the theater; each gives her (or his) ticket to an usher and sits in the place alloted to her (or him).
A Snowman Named Just Bob by Mark Kimball Moulton