Some books lay upon the table, arranged two by two; each upper book being exactly at a right angle with each lower book. In fact, there had just been a nursery rebellion on the subject. Monday was apt to be rather a stormy day at the Carrs'. Stop crying, Elsie—do you hear me? This fresh new edition is wonderfully illustrated by Susan Hellard. "Don't entice us into mischief," she said. What Katy Did is an 1872 children's book written by Sarah Chauncey Woolsey under her pen name Susan Coolidge.It follows the adventures of a twelve-year-old American girl, Katy Carr, and her family who live in the fictional lakeside Ohio town of Burnet in the 1860s. Katy always guessed that they must be having good times behind the green curtain—eating orange-peel, perhaps, or reading the Sunday-school books—and she often wished she might sit up there among them. was that the reason? She thought No. She smiled as she spoke; and Katy, meeting her eyes for the first time, felt that there was something in what Lilly had said. ... Katy did not even pretend to be asleep when Aunt Izzie went to her room. "Dear, dear, what on earth will come next? ​"Aha! And so ended the first day at the Nunnery. Opposite the hotel was a ​long row of red buildings, broken by one or two brown ones, with cupolas. It is about a little girl, Katy Carr. It's perfectly horrid of me. "After all we didn't promise," said Cecy. Katy (2015) is a children's book by author Jacqueline Wilson. "Or Mrs. Nipson," said Katy, laughing rather ruefully. I'm going to be real good this term; I promised mother. "Yes'm," said Katy, but I fear she was not attending much, but thinking, in her secret soul, how jolly it was to have Aunt Izzie go out for once. Such a shake as Aunt Izzie gave the little scamps at this discovery, would have roused a couple of dormice. As for you, Annie, you might as well put your drawers in order," with a wicked wink. "Your eyes are like violets; but so are Sylvia's,—that's my sister,—and she's the greatest witch in Massachusetts. Katy is a tall untidy tomboy, forever getting into scrapes but wishing to be beautiful and beloved. Look here!" Somehow, you don't look like Paragons either,—you especially," nodding to Clover. there! A bunch of dried grasses stood in the fire-place. The hotel stood on one side of a green common, planted with trees. So, watching their chance, they carried off the whole edition, and poked it into the kitchen fire, where ​they watched it burn with a mixture of fear and delight which it was comical to witness. Win a signed copy of Katy We have five copies of Jacqueline Wilson’s new book Katy to give away to five lucky readers. It hadn't occurred to me to look at it in that light. 1. no we won't!" One day, when she loses her temper, she purposely disobeys her Aunt Izzy and plays on the swing. said the provoking Rose: ​"when the nose without is as red as a lobster, what must be the temperature of the heart within, and vice versa?". Mrs. Nipson sat at the tea-tray, with Mrs. Florence beside her. KIKERI. Books: What Katy Did fanfiction archive with over 4 stories. It was a small room, but the sun shone in cheerfully at the window. This afternoon she read the Jerusalem till it was too dark to see any more. 6, in shape, size, and furniture; but Rose had unpacked her trunk, and decorated the room with odds and ends of all sorts. Annie hurried away with a laugh, which she tried in vain to hide. It's something to have nice people in that room, if we can't be there ourselves. Development of the Katy gas field increased the population in Katy, and the city incorporated in 1945 with its first mayor and two councilmen. Katy and Clover looked eagerly about. As for you,"—to Katy,—"you're so tall that I can't take you all in at once; but the piece I see doesn't look dreadful a bit.". 2. She read all sorts of things: travels, and sermons, and old magazines. She spoke of classes, and discussed what Katy and Clover were to study. It's quite a trial to me, rooming with a Paragon. ", They went in. They dared not confess the deed, but it was impossible not to look conscious when Katy was flying about and rummaging after her lost treasure, and she suspected them, and was very irate in consequence. It was called Tasso's Jerusalem Delivered. The man who wrote it was an Italian, but somebody had done the story over into English. how I am behaving! Now Katy Did, the real sister, arrives, enters the room, opens the trunk, and finds a man's suit of clothes there. as they went in. But bless you—ten minutes afterward they had forgotten all about it. "By the way, where is Lilly?" Mary!" Girls' heads were popped out of upper windows at the swinging of the gate, and, as the door opened, more heads appeared looking over the balusters from the hall above. The seat in Dr. Carr's pew was so high that none of the children, except Katy, could touch the floor, even with the point of a toe. What Katy did book SET of 3 by Susan Coolidge Book lover Bookworm gift Children teenager readers gift Librarian readers vintage book gift SecretBookCave. I can bear it." Nobody was there, but John knew where the Elixir ​Pro was kept—in the closet on the third shelf. They did not go to church in the afternoon unless they wished, but were pounced upon by Katy instead, and forced to listen to the reading of The Sunday Visitor, a religious paper, of which she was the editor. UT I am sorry to say that my poor, thoughtless Katy did forget, and did get into another scrape, and that no later than the very next Monday. are we next door to you?" Vocabulary: Write the definition for each of the following words found in Chapters One and Two. "I'm going out to drink tea with Mrs. Hall and attend the evening Lecture," she went on. Season 1 of The CW American musical comedy-drama television series Katy Keene was picked up on May 7, 2019.2 The series premiered on February 6, 2020.1 On July 2, 2020, the network announced that the series was cancelled and would not be returning for a second season. Elsie's waved naturally, so Aunt Izzie ​didn't think it necessary to pin her papers very tight; but Clover's thick, straight locks required to be pinched hard before they would give even the least twirl, and to her, Saturday night was one of misery. What Katy Did By Susan Coolidge Chapters 1-2 Before you read the chapter: Briefly predict what you think 'Katy did' in our story. Most of these errors are painfully obvious and could have been eliminated by just one reading-over by anyone with half a brain. "I have been calling you for the last half-hour.". With Robert McDermott, Ann Baskett, Beryl Ede, Elizabeth Griffiths. Her tardy conscience had waked up, and she was lying in bed, very miserable at having drawn the others into a scrape as well as herself, and at the failure of her last set of resolutions about "setting an example to the younger ones." This page was last edited on 2 July 2019, at 22:16. Katy glanced down, and saw a handsome young man replacing the cap he had lifted from his head. Dear, dear! There was the big wash to be done, and Aunt Izzie always seemed a little harder to please, and the servants a good deal crosser than on common days. "Be sure that Clover gets her lesson, and if Cecy comes over as usual, you must send her home early. It was hard work sometimes, but generally she succeeded, so that during the last hymn the two stood together on the seat, quite brisk and refreshed, sharing a hymn-book, and making believe to sing like the older people. Published: 1872 Series: Carr Family #1 Shelved: Children’s fiction (classic, realistic fiction) Challenge: Classics Challenge – #10 Rating: ★★★★★ Buy: The Book Depository More: Goodreads I came across What Katy Did while browsing bookshelves at The Works (and I also bought What Katy Did at School & What Katy Did Next and Little Women & Good Wives, all Wordsworth Classics editions). What Katy did was Written by Sudan Coolidge in 1872. whined the children, quite moved by this frightful picture. It's very peculiar.". Dorry got a hard knock, and cried, and at another time Katy's dress caught on the bureau handle and was frightfully torn, but these were too much affairs of every day to interfere in ​the least with the pleasures of Kikeri. To Clover and Elsie, Sunday seemed to begin at Saturday's bed-time, when their hair was wet, and screwed up in papers, that it might curl next day. 'Quaker Row,' the girls call it." "Oh! The meal was very simple,—tea, bread and butter, and dried beef:—it was eaten in silence; the girls were not allowed to speak, except to ask for what they wanted. She lived in the town of Burnet, which wasn'ta very big town, but was growing as fast as it knew how. Monday was apt to be rather a stormy day at the Carr's. Poor Katy! When good old Dr. Stone said, "Finally, my brethren," she would begin waking them up. The children were enchanted when she marched back, the bottle in one hand, the cork in the other, and proceeded to pour a liberal dose on to Pikery's wooden seat, which John called his lap. Then she sat down and proceeded to make a series of the most grotesque faces, winking her eyes and twinkling her fingers round the head of "Niobe," as she called Lilly, till the other girls were in fits of laughter, and Niobe, though she shrugged her shoulders pettishly and said, "Don't be so ridiculous, Rose Red," was forced to give way. Now, as she told the others, Pikery was very sick indeed. CHAPTER I. That's it,—the one with the red curtain. First she smiled, then a laugh was heard; afterward she announced that she felt better. So. Mary evidently considered Rose the most entertaining creature in the world; she giggled violently at all her jokes, and then stepped short and covered her mouth with her fingers, in a frightened way, as if giggling were wrong. It's against the rules, but that's no matter: nobody pretends to keep rules the first day. "I ​shall die, I know I shall. Detailed plot synopsis reviews of What Katy Did Twelve year old Katy Carr is the oldest of six children. The house she lived in stood on the edge of the town. 5, and Rose Red popped her head into the hall. You know I never thought of such thing," protested poor Mary. But she was not a suspicious woman; and when she went up stairs there were Cecy's clothes neatly folded on a chair, and Cecy herself in bed, fast asleep, only with a little more color than usual in her cheeks. Above were hooks for towels. In the excitement, time went on much faster than any of them dreamed. "I consider myself responsible for you and your morals, Mary. But, if any more are coming into the entry, just give me fair notice, and I pack and move up among the sinners in Attic Row. why did pa make me come?". 6 Mrs. Florence paused. When she saw the girls, her sobs redoubled. she asked "may I come in and see? ", "Oh! She would lie tossing, and turning, and trying first one side of her head and then the other; but whichever way she placed herself, the hard knobs and the pins stuck out and hurt her; so when at last she fell asleep, it was face down, with her small nose buried in the pillow, which was not comfortable, and gave her bad dreams. No. Mrs. Florence was a sort of queen. I should know you had been neat and dainty and housekeepery all your days. Her face was swollen with crying. Something strange in the appearance of the bed made her look more closely: she lifted the clothes, and there, sure enough, they were—half dressed, and with their school-boots on. Its bareness and simplicity had the charm of novelty. ​"O Mary, you blessed goose! Mrs. Hall, as she bade Aunt Izzie goodnight, and shut Dr. Carr's front door behind her with a bang, might have been struck with the singular fact that a distant bang came from her own front door like a sort of echo. Cared for by their Doctor father and Aunt Izzie, the Carr children are impulsive and outgoing, liking rowdy play and imaginative games. isn't it dreadful?" It was about six weeks after this, that one day, Clover and Elsie were busy down stairs, they were startled by the sound of Katy's bell ringing in a sudden and agitated manner. We'll be good neighbors, won't we? "He's the president's son, you know. It was a large square house, white, with green blinds, and had a porch in front, over which roses and clematis made a thick bower. ", "She is past sixteen; but she has been so long confined to her room by the illness of which I wrote, that you may probably find her behind ​hand in some respects, which reminds me" (this was very adroit of papa!) repeated Aunt Izzie, much amazed. She cried even harder the next day, for Dr. Carr talked to her more seriously than he had ever done before. Aunt Izzie wiped up the slop, and taking away the Elixir, retired with it to her closet, ​saying that she "never knew anything like it—it was always so on Mondays.". Once Clover climbed up on the mantle-piece and sat there, and when Katy, who was finder, groped about a little more wildly than usual, she caught hold of Clover's foot, and couldn't imagine where it came from. "Oh, gracious!" She's sitting on the edge of one chair, with her feet on the rung of another chair, and her head on the shoulder of her room-mate (who is dying to get away and arrange her drawers); and she's crying"——, "How do you know? It's so interesting! "That's Berry Searles," said Rose. "I hope, when once you are settled, you will find yourselves comfortable. But Aunt Izzie didn't take this view of the case. It was a sort of mixture of Blindman's Buff and Tag—only instead of any one's eyes being bandaged, they all played in the dark. "The room I have assigned to you is in the back building. This book is available for free download in a number of formats - including epub, pdf, azw, mobi and more. After a couple of hours of hard work, No. The other she introduced as "my assistant principal, Mrs. "Do you see? Both ran up two steps at a time, to see what was wanted. Meantime, Aunt Izzie was on her way up stairs, and such a panic as prevailed in the nursery! https://en.wikisource.org/w/index.php?title=What_Katy_Did_at_School/Chapter_4&oldid=10124049, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License. She was a fair, sweet dumpling of a girl, with thick pig-tails of light brown hair, and short-sighted blue eyes, which seemed to hold tears, just ready to fall from under the blue. she said. "There's Mary, now," went on Rose: "she's named Silver, but she's as good as gold. So they all went up stairs. ​"Never mind," continued Rose. and Clover rose, feeling like a culprit, which she was, for it was much naughtier to pretend to be praying than to disobey Aunt Izzie and be out of bed after ten o'clock, though I think Clover hardly understood this then. It isn't necessary. The children always fidgeted when listening to this, partly, I think, because it ​aggravated them to have Katy recommending on paper, as very easy, the virtues which she herself found it so hard to practise in real life. Read the next part of Chapter One of ‘What Katy Did.' Katy then plans a trick on Dick; taking his clothes, she goes into another room. But I think especially on mister Sam. Clover thought it was one with a garden at the side; but Katy thought not, because Lilly had said nothing of a garden. She had just tucked them warmly in, when for the first time she missed Elsie. A brand new chapter in our lives calls for some major goal setting. What Katy Did - What Katy Did at School - What Katy Did Next - Clover (Complete and Unabridged) by Susan Coolidge and Gareth Floyd | Jan 1, 1979 4.9 out of 5 stars 4 As they filed upstairs after ​this cheerless meal, they were met by rows of hungry girls, who were waiting to go down, and who whispered, "How long you have been! At last Elsie, sobbing violently, explained that Dorry had locked the door, and now the key wouldn't turn, and they couldn't open it. Like all excitable people, she seldom did mean to do wrong, she just did it when it came into her head. "That's the house," said Dr. Carr, pointing. It was a great favorite with Aunt Izzie, who kept a bottle of it always on hand. So unhappy was she, that Aunt Izzie's severe words were almost a relief; and though she cried herself to sleep, it was rather from the burden of her own thoughts than because she had been scolded. Then he kissed them once more, and hurried away. She looked gravely at the three girls for a moment; then her lips began to twitch, the irresistible dimples appeared in her cheeks, and, throwing herself back in her chair, she burst into a fit of laughter. she demanded. Katy’s room was so gloomy and Katy was so annoyed that Clover and Cecy didn’t mind at being kept away from Katy’s room. The sofa and chairs were covered with black haircloth, and stood closely against the wall. This paper was partly written, partly printed, on a large sheet of foolscap, and had at the top an ornamental device, in lead pencil, with "Sunday Visitor" in the middle of it. "The reason we wanted the room?" This made their feet go to sleep; and when they felt the queer little pin-pricks which drowsy feet use to rouse themselves with, they would slide off the seat, and sit on the benches to get over it. But the others found it much harder to go to bed; there were so many of them, all getting into each other's way, and with no lamp to see by. Of course, coming from the light he could see nothing, while the others could see only dimly. Philly was fast asleep in another room. "Only think, Mary," began Rose, after introducing Katy and Clover, "these young ladies have got the end room. Katy's request had been the opening wedge. Though, indeed, your elder daughter, Dr. Carr, looks more advanced and grown-up than I was prepared to find her. When the sermon began, they would draw the curtain aside and show themselves, all ready to listen, but the rest of the time they kept it shut. 6 was in order, and looked like a different place. At No. This causes her to become physically disabled. These were evidently the colleges, and a large gray building with a spire was as evidently the church; but which one of the many white, green-blinded houses which filled the other sides of the common, was the Nunnery, the girls could not tell. What's for tea?". Altogether, it was not a cheerful room, nor one calculated to raise the spirits of new-comers; and Katy, whose long seclusion had ​made her sensitive on the subject of rooms, shrank instinctively nearer papa. The characters in What Katy Did were based on the author Sarah Woolsey and her family. "There! All this time Katy had been sitting on the ledge of the bookcase in the Library, poring over a book. "Are you done?" They had invented it themselves, and chosen for it this queer name out of an old fairy story. found the missing episodes guys sorry for the delay thats all of them on now!! This was fun, for they all took turns, and there was quite a scramble as to who should secure the favorites, such as "The west hath shut its gate of gold," and "Go when the morning shineth." "No," replied Clover, a little disappointed. Katy's heart gave a bound of relief. It was a tall, narrow building, with dormer windows in the roof, and a square porch supported by whitewashed pillars. The First book in the “Katy Did Series” A children's book about the adventures of a twelve-year-old American girl, Katy Carr, and her family who live in the 1860s. "I hope not; otherwise I should feel it my duty to consult with Mrs. Florence on the subject," went on Rose, with an air of dignified admonition. @media all and (max-width:360px){.mw-parser-output .img-center,.mw-parser-output .img-floatleft,.mw-parser-output .img-floatright{float:none!important;clear:none!important;margin:0 auto!important;padding:0!important}}.mw-parser-output .img-center{float:left;clear:both;width:100%!important;margin:1em auto;padding:0}.mw-parser-output .img-center img,.mw-parser-output .img-floatleft img,.mw-parser-output .img-floatright img{max-width:100%;height:auto}.mw-parser-output .img-floatleft{float:left;clear:left;margin:0 1em 0 0;padding:0 0.5em;max-width:100%}.mw-parser-output .img-floatright{float:right;clear:right;margin:0 0 0 1em;padding:0 0.5em;max-width:100%}UT I am sorry to say that my poor, thoughtless Katy did forget, and did get into another scrape, and that no later than the very next Monday. What Katy Did. The trundle-bed came into view, and sure enough, there was Elsie, in full dress, shoes and all, but ​so fast asleep that not all Aunt Izzie's shakes, and pinches, and calls, were able to rouse her. What further pranks were played in the nursery that day, I cannot pretend to tell. A hymn or two followed, or a string of original verses, and, last of all, a chapter of "Little Maria and Her Sisters," a dreadful tale, in which Katy drew so much moral, and made such personal allusions to the faults of the rest, that it was almost more than they could bear. Katy did not even pretend to be asleep when Aunt Izzie went to her room. It was only after the candle was blown out, that Clover ventured to whisper,—very low indeed, for who knew but Miss Jane was listening outside the door?—"Do you think you're going to like it?" "How do I know," she concluded, "that before I come home you won't have set the house on fire, or killed somebody?". After church came Sunday-school, which the children liked very much, and then they went home to dinner, which was always the same on Sunday—cold corned-beef, baked potatoes, and rice pudding. Lilly might have thought them cold-hearted, but papa did not; he knew better. At the other end of the long board sat a severe-looking person, whom Lilly announced in a whisper as "that horrid Miss Jane." Clover said, "Yes;" but Katy, though she laughed, shook her head. "Rose! Where did you get it? Perhaps you will kindly tell me where I would better look for it?". "Well, I'm glad," she went on, shaking hands cordially; "I sort of thought you would, and yet I didn't know; and there are some awful stiffies among the new girls. Her name was Mary Silver. "Our lavatory," remarked Mrs. Florence, blandly. Next came anecdotes about dogs and elephants and snakes, taken from the Natural History book, and not very interesting, because the audience knew them by heart already. Read to understand. Nor you either, Katy. What do you suppose was the reason that Mrs. Florence did not give it to us? Now recovered from her long paralysis, Katy Carr and her sister Clover are sent to Hillsover boarding school with their snobby cousin, Lilly Page, for one year. While you read, think about any new or unfamiliar words and see if you can work out what they mean by reading the whole sentence. What Katy Did by Susan Coolidge is now published by Alma Classics. Ungifted Summary and Study Guide. Suddenly, in the midst of the noise, came a sound—the sharp distinct slam of the carryall-door at the side entrance. green curtain, which slipped from side to side on rods. The evenings of Sunday were always spent in repeating hymns to Papa and Aunt Izzie. "The time is not yet determined," replied Mrs. Florence. 6. Dorry and John, though half undressed, were allowed to join the game. When she heard Katy move, she cried out,—, "Oh, do come! When breakfast was over, Dr. Carr told them to put on their hats, and get ready to walk with him to the school. One of the children would stay out in the hall, which was dimly lighted from the stairs, while the others hid themselves in the nursery. She and Rose were so utterly unlike, that Katy thought it odd they should have chosen to be together. Which she did; and the result was that it set the fashion of wash-stands, and so many papas wrote to "ask permission," that Mrs. Florence found it necessary to give up the lavatory system, and provide ​wash-stands for the whole house. But late in the afternoon a dreadful screaming was heard, and when people rushed from all parts of the house to see what was the matter, behold, the nursery door was locked, and nobody could get in. This page was last edited on 27 April 2020, at 13:03. ", "Papa bought it," explained Katy: "he asked Mrs. Florence's permission.". "Indeed we won't," replied Katy. He always comes ​through the side yard to get to his room. In consequence of these sufferings Clover hated curls, and when she "made up" stories for the younger children, they always commenced: "The hair of the beautiful princess was as straight as a yard-stick, and she never did it up in papers—never!". "Oh! ! xxx Susan Coolidge is the pen name of Sarah Chauncey Woolsey. Learn exactly what happened in this chapter, scene, or section of 1984 and what it means. Let us change this painful subject." I'll take you up, if you'd like to examine for yourselves.". She demands an explanation from Mary, who tells her exactly the real state of affairs. I am going to be using this book in my essay for Writing for Responsibility but more so as a comparison to the rewrite, Katy. After Phil had stopped roaring and spluttering, and play had begun again, the dolls, as was only natural, were taken ill also, and so was "Pikery," John's little yellow chair, which she always pretended was a doll too. Her clothes were taken off, her boots unlaced, her night-gown put on; but through it all Elsie slept, and she was the only one of the children who did not get the scolding she deserved that dreadful night. They all walked to the school together, and said good-by upon the steps. I do not think this fact made her more popular with the principals. Perhaps he did not wish them to see that his eyes too were a little misty. and she pulled one of the black-handled drawers completely out and laid it on the bed. The choir sat at the end, behind a low. But I think it was also, in part, the fault of the children, who, after the quiet of Sunday, were specially frisky and uproarious, and readier than usual for all sorts of mischief. Aunt Izzie rapped her over the head with a thimble, and told her that she was a very naughty child, whereupon Johnnie pouted, and cried a little. I can tell you. and Katy, in the same cautious whisper, responded, "I'm not quite sure." The little girls to whose houses she went visiting had found this out, and always hid away their storybooks when she was expected to tea. As for the rest, Papa called them together and made them distinctly understand that "Kikeri" was never to be played any more. cried the exasperated Lilly. "Where have you been?" CHAPTER XIII . "So it is!" He kept a few books locked up, and then turned her loose in the Library. She always spends the first day at school in that way. A modern alternative to SparkNotes and CliffsNotes, SuperSummary offers high-quality study guides that feature detailed chapter summaries and analysis of major themes, characters, quotes, and essay topics. Katy Keene Season 1 Episode 4 provided some conflict for our characters, and it made up for the lack of it on the first three episodes of Katy Keene Season 1. Mary laughed her uneasy laugh. Philly was not quite ​well, and had been taking medicine. The ​house papa indicated was by no means so pleasant as the one she had chosen. She sat down and waited for Clover to get through, while Clover, on her part, didn't dare to get through, but went on repeating "Now I lay me" over and over again, in a sort of despair. Some girls who were peeping over the baluster hurried away at their approach. Rose was sitting in the window as she made these remarks; and, leaning forward suddenly, she gave a pretty, blushing nod to some one below. inquired Dr. Carr, surprised, and not well pleased that the teacher of whom he had heard, and with whom he had proposed to leave his children, was planning to yield her place to a stranger. As the door closed behind them, Katy and Clover realized that they were alone among strangers. dimpling at Clover, who couldn't help dimpling back again. Rose liked to protect, and Mary to be protected; Rose to talk, and Mary to listen. The girls would not cry, but they clung very tightly to papa, and put as much feeling into their last kisses as would have furnished forth half a dozen fits of tears. Some day or other you'll be the death of me! The second two books are absolutely peppered with typographical errors, most likely related to OCR. "Oh, my!" she is your cousin, isn't she? Just then Aunt Izzie came in, and to her dismay saw a long trickle of something dark and sticky running down on to the carpet. And you would see in a minute that I'm a Madge Wildfire, and that Ellen Gray is a saint, and Sally Satterlee a scatterbrain, and Lilly Page an affected little hum—oh, I forgot! Katy was naturally fond of reading. "No, and Papa never said a word about our not playing it," added Katy, to whom "Papa" was authority, and must always be minded, while Aunt Izzie might now and then be defied. What Katy Did by Susan Coolidge, CHAPTER IV. She pulled one of the drawers out a little, climbed up, and reached it down. 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