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Pee-Wee Harris on the Trail eBook

This eBook from the Gutenberg Project consists of approximately 105 pages of information about Pee-Wee Harris on the Trail.

But he didn’t catch it, because his eyes were glistening, and his hands were trembling, and you can’t catch things in such a state.

He stood there like one transfixed, hearing the uproar all about him.  Nervously he stooped and picked up the glittering cup and held it as if he were afraid of it.  Peter Piper, pioneer scout, of Piper’s Crossroads.  He would go home famous and rich, a hero, just as his mother had dreamed that some day he would do....

It was just at that moment that Scout Harris really recovered his voice.  He recovered it in the moment of having an “inspiration.”  He jumped upon a barrel, released his teeth from the apple into which he had plunged them, and dancing like a maniac, sang at the top of his voice: 

“Peter Piper picked
A peck of pickled peppers;
A peck of pickled peppers
Peter Piper picked. 
If Peter Piper picked
A peck of pickled peppers;
Where’s the peck of pickled peppers,
Peter
Piper
picked?”

Then, finding the place in the apple where his mammoth bite had been interrupted by his inspiration, he completed the bite, eating and singing at the same time.

It was one of the great scout stunts of the season.

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This Isn’t All!

Would you like to know what became of the good friends you have made in this book?

Would you like to read other stories continuing their adventures and experiences, or other books quite as entertaining by the same author?

On the reverse side of the wrapper which comes with this books you will find a wonderful list of stories which you can buy at the same store where you got this book.

Don’t throw away the Wrapper

Use it as a handy catalog of the books you want some day to have.  But in case you do mislay it, write to the Publishers for a complete catalog.

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THE PEE-WEE HARRIS BOOKS

By PERCY KEESE FITZHUGH

Author of “Tom Slade,” “Roy Blakeley,” “Westy Martin,” Etc.

Illustrated.  Individual Picture Wrappers in Color.  Every Volume Complete in Itself.

All readers of the Tom Slade and the Roy Blakeley books are acquainted with Pee-wee Harris.  These stories record the true facts concerning his size (what there is of-it) and his heroism (such as it is), his voice, his clothes, his appetite, his friends, his enemies, his victims.  Together with the thrilling narrative of how he foiled, baffled, circumvented and triumphed over everything and everybody (except where he failed) and how even when he failed he succeeded.  The whole recorded in a series of screams and told with neither muffler nor cut-out.

  PEE-WEE HARRIS
  PEE-WEE HARRIS ON THE TRAIL
  PEE-WEE HARRIS IN CAMP
  PEE-WEE HARRIS IN LUCK
  PEE-WEE HARRIS ADRIFT
  PEE-WEE HARRIS F.O.B.  BRIDGEBORO
  PEE-WEE HARRIS FIXER
  PEE-WEE HARRIS:  AS GOOD AS HIS WORD
  PEE-WEE HARRIS:  MAYOR FOR A DAY
  PEE-WEE HARRIS AND THE SUNKEN TREASURE
  PEE-WEE HARRIS ON THE BRINY DEEP
  PEE-WEE HARRIS IN DARKEST AFRICA

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