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Ruth Fielding of the Red Mill

by Alice B. Emerson

Recently orphaned, Ruth Fielding goes to live with her Uncle Jabez in New York. Jabez and his housekeeper receive Ruth very coldly and seem to care very little for her, saying only that she must "earn her keep"...

The Christmas Porringer

by Evaleen Stein

An earthenware porringer, bought by a little Flemish girl of Bruges as a gift for the Christ child and stolen by Robber Hans, finally brings much happiness to her and her grandmother, the lace maker.

The Wedding Knell

The Barbarians

by Algis Budrys

History was repeating itself; there were moats and nobles in Pennsylvania and vassals in Manhattan and the barbarian hordes were overrunning the land.

The Diseases of Purgatory, Pt. 6

Dr Buillivant

The Making of Mona

The Burglar and the Blizzard

The Two Vanrevels

The Guest of Quesnay

The Spirit of Christmas

by Henry van Dyke

A short story, an essay, a sermon and two prayers for Christmas.

Hawk of the Hills

The Two Christmas Celebrations, A.D. I. and MDCCCLV.

Ruth Fielding in Moving Pictures

by Alice B. Emerson

Ruth, Helen, and Tom watch a movie crew film scenes near the Red Mill. As they watch, the starring actress, Hazel Gray, falls into the river and is swept downstream. Ruth and her friends rescue the actress and...

Christmas

Christmas with Grandma Elsie

by Martha Finley

A Christmas story from the Elsie series.

Chateau of Prince Polignac

The Flirt

Lotus Alley

The Beginning

by Henry Hasse

Relentlessly, a narrative as old as time drives forward to a climax as old as man—and points a finger as grim as Death.