The Girl who Got Out

“ I'm sure you're inventing all this just to get me out.” Lelota paused irresolutely. “ There's a cool breeze down by the river, and I want to show you a bluebird's nest. Yesterday the little ones took me for their mother, and that poor ...

The Girl who Got Out

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