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By Vikki Kestell
Rose Brownlee needs to decide on no matter if she's going to bow to traditional knowledge or, like Abraham, stick with the place God leads her . . . even to a rustic she doesn't know.
Set within the American prairie of the overdue 1800s, this tale of loss, disillusionment, rebirth, and love will encourage, problem, and inspire you.
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No, him not much too bad," answered Koku. "I keep him good as I can. He sleep now, so I come out to swallow some fresh air. " queried Tom. CHAPTER IX. SUSPICIONS 32 Tom Swift Among The Fire Fighters "Well, what you say−−angry," went on Koku. " "Oh, you mean Mr. Baxter, who was in the fireworks blaze," translated Tom. " CHAPTER X. ANOTHER ATTEMPT Koku managed to make Tom understand that the dye inventor was in the main office of the Swift plant talking to Tom's father. The young inventor sent Mary home in his electric runabout in company with Ned Newton, who, fortunately, happened along just then, and hurried to his office.
There's a good field around this grove, and we can get a fine take off. " So the aeroplane made a landing, and then the mystery was explained. The dead oak, to which some of its last year's foliage still clung, was the abiding place of thousands of crows that had built their nests in it. There were hundreds of the big nests, made of dried sticks, mostly, and these made an ideal fuel for the fire. " asked Ned. "I fancy the birds flew away as soon as they saw their homes on fire," said Tom. "Or they may not have been at home.
As for the cause of the blaze, I believe it was set by some mischievous boys, who saw a good chance to have some fun without thought of doing any real damage. For the dead tree was of no value, and I imagine the farmers would be glad to see the flock of crows dispersed. " And Tom's theory was, eventually, proved to be true. Some lads, wandering afield, had set fire to the crows' nests and then, frightened as they saw a bigger blaze than they intended, ran away. Tom and Ned did not remain to see what the returning crows might think about the destruction of their homes, provided they saw fit to return, but, starting the aeroplane, were again on their way.