1895; Illustrated; hardback; green boards in fair-good shape with some minor discoloration and edgewear; original owner's name penciled inside cover; age spotting on some pages; C.M. Parker, Educational Publisher.
"A story for boys and girls and men and women who have not forgotten their school days."
"Everything that grows must pass through a stage of greenness. Some growing things are greener than others, and some remain green longer than others. Boys and girls are not the exceptions to this law, or habit of nature. Some trees are called evergreens because they remain green as long as they live. For a similar reason some people might very properly be called evergreens. In his youth, Persimmons promised..."
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