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Susan shook out her box of crayons on the kitchen floor. They tumbled down in a shower of colors—pink, purple, blue, yellow, orange, red, and green. Then she found a clean, white sheet of paper and settled herself next to the stove, where Grandma had just put in a batch of chocolate-chip cookies.
"What shall I draw?" she wondered.
The kitchen was quiet except for a gentle hiss of steam from the iron as Grandma bent over the ironing board. Mother had gone shopping, and Grandma had come to stay while she was gone. Kathy and Peter were in school, so Susan was left to play by herself. Only Patchwork, their calico cat, was left, but she had curled up under the kitchen table for a nap.
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ISABEL F. BATES
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CYRIL ALEXANDER BARBER
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Claiming Our True Inheritance
When the Past Is Present
ARLINE WALKER EVANS
Do You Know Where You Stand?
JAMES E. RAYNESFORD
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MARY JANE M. COLUMB
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The Christian Science Board of Directors
Doomsday Needn't Come
Alan A. Aylwin
It is with deep gratitude that I write this testimony....
Nora Lee Campbell with contributions from James P. Fulton, Mary Lou Fulton
It is with heartfelt gratitude to God, and for the understanding...
Hilda Jessie McKerihan with contributions from Valmai Elizabeth McKerihan
It is a joy to bear witness to the healing power of Christian Science,...
Albert E. Deacon with contributions from Dorothy H. Deacon