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Review: The Adventures of Tom SawyerPaningin ng isang mambabasa - Kyle B. - Goodreads
Little Boy's Dream Town By: Kyle Bradford Tom Sawyer is a very adventurous boy who lives with his Aunt Polly and half-brother, Sid. He lives in St. Petersburg, Missouri, in the 1840's. Mark Twain ... Read full review
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Review: The Adventures of Tom SawyerPaningin ng isang mambabasa - matt - Goodreads
I read this when I was pretty young. I remember having one of those gold-embossed Classics for Kids hardcovers and being sick or something and just going through it hour after hour. I remember slowly ... Read full review
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ain't Amy Lawrence anyway Aunt Polly auntie awful Becky Thatcher becuz beetle began boys breath candle cave church composite order dark dead door dream eyes face fell fence gave girl gone groan ha'nted hand hate head hear heart hope Huck Huck's Huckleberry Huckleberry Finn Injun Joe Joe Harper Joe's Johnny Baker Johnny Miller keep keep mum knew knife lady lick looked Lordy maow Mary matter melan mighty mind minute morning Muff Potter never nigger night Number once pirates poor presently reckon Robin Hood Sawyer seemed silence skiff sleep spunk-water stir stood stopped Sunday-school talk tears TEGIC tell there's thing thought tick tickets Ting-a-ling-ling told Tom's took town trouble turned village voice warn't warts What's whispered whitewash window wish word
Pahina 30 - watching every move and getting more and more interested, more and more absorbed. Presently he said: "Say, Tom, let me whitewash a little." Tom considered, was about to consent; but he altered his mind : "No—no—I reckon it wouldn't hardly do, Ben. You
Pahina 27 - it don't if she don't cry. Jim, I'll give you a marvel. I'll give you a white alley! " Jim began to waver. " White alley, Jim! And it's a bully taw." " My! Dat's a mighty gay marvel, / tell you! But Mars Tom I's powerful 'fraid ole missis—" "And besides, if you will I'll show you my sore toe.
Pahina 65 - Bought it off'n Ben Rogers two weeks ago for a hoop-stick." " Say—what is dead cats good for, Huck ? '' "Good for? Cure warts with." " No ! Is that so ? I know something that's better." " I bet you don't. What is it ? " " Why, spunk-water." "Spunk-water! I wouldn't give a dern for spunk-water." " You wouldn't wouldn't you ? D'you ever
Pahina 147 - it shook the rafters Tom Sawyer the Pirate looked around upon the envying juveniles about him and confessed in his heart that this was the proudest moment of his life. As the " sold " congregation trooped out they said they would almost be willing to be made ridiculous again to hear Old Hundred sung like that once more.
Pahina 18 - My ! Look behind you, aunt! " The old lady whirled round, and snatched her skirts out of danger. The lad fled, on the instant, scrambled up the high board-fence, and disappeared over it. His aunt Polly stood surprised a moment, and then broke into a gentle laugh.
Pahina 112 - that she was not aware that he was there ? He carried his exploits to her immediate vicinity; came war-whooping around, snatched a boy's cap, hurled it to the roof of the school-house, broke through a group of boys, tumbling them in every direction, and fell sprawling, himself, under Becky's nose, almost upsetting her—and she turned, with her
Pahina 109 - ask for it unless you want it, Peter." But Peter signified that he did want it. " You better make sure." Peter was sure. " Now you've asked for it, and I'll give it to you, because there ain't anything mean about me; but if you find you don't like it, you musn't blame anybody but your own self.
Pahina 68 - The master's pulse stood still, and he stared helplessly. The buzz of study ceased. The pupils wondered if this fool-hardy boy had lost his mind. The master said: " You—you did what ? " " Stopped to talk with Huckleberry Finn." " Thomas Sawyer, this is the most astounding confession I have ever listened to.
Pahina 127 - them a lump of chalk, an India rubber ball, three fish-hooks, and one of that kind of marbles known as a "sure 'nough crystal." Then he tip-toed his way cautiously among the trees till he felt that he was out of hearing, and straightway broke into a keen run in the direction of the sand-bar.
Pahina 68 - is a pretty early tick, I reckon. It's the first one I've seen this year." " Say Huck—I'll give you my tooth for him." " Less see it." Tom got out a bit of paper and carefully unrolled it. Huckleberry viewed it wistfully. The temptation was very strong. At last he said: " Is it genuwyne ?
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