1 "I haven't any books," said Mary.
2 It sounded like something in a book and it did not make Mary feel cheerful.
3 He knows a good many things out of books but he doesn't know anything else.
4 There were some big books on a table at his side and he dragged one suddenly toward him.
5 The book was a beautiful one with superb colored illustrations and he turned to one of them.
6 I am going to read books about bones and muscles, but I am going to write a book about Magic.
7 I am going to read books about bones and muscles, but I am going to write a book about Magic.
8 So if Mary had not chosen to really want to know how to read books she would never have learned her letters at all.
9 There were several beautiful books such as Colin had, and two of them were about gardens and were full of pictures.
10 The few books she had read and liked had been fairy-story books, and she had read of secret gardens in some of the stories.
11 One of his nurses had taught him to read when he was quite little and he was always reading and looking at pictures in splendid books.
12 They had looked at the splendid books and pictures and sometimes Mary had read things to Colin, and sometimes he had read a little to her.
13 Shut in and morbid as his life had been, Colin had more imagination than she had and at least he had spent a good deal of time looking at wonderful books and pictures.
14 She did not care very much about the library itself, because she had read very few books; but to hear of it brought back to her mind the hundred rooms with closed doors.
15 There were rich colors in the rugs and hangings and pictures and books on the walls which made it look glowing and comfortable even in spite of the gray sky and falling rain.
16 They looked at the pictures in the gardening books and Dickon knew all the flowers by their country names and knew exactly which ones were already growing in the secret garden.
17 Colin was on his sofa in his dressing-gown and he was sitting up quite straight looking at a picture in one of the garden books and talking to the plain child who at that moment could scarcely be called plain at all because her face was so glowing with enjoyment.
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