Carol Ryrie Brink Quotes

Top 17 wise famous quotes and sayings by Carol Ryrie Brink

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Carol Ryrie Brink quotes: Riding around on Minnie's shoulder But Riding around on Minnie's shoulder But
Carol Ryrie Brink quotes: No, that is not what I want for you, my little girl. I want you to be a woman with a wise and understanding heart, healthy in body and honest No, that is not what I want for you, my little girl. I want you to be a woman with a wise and understanding heart, healthy in body and honest in mind.
Carol Ryrie Brink quotes: Casting wistful glances at the Woodlawns' house Now Casting wistful glances at the Woodlawns' house Now
Carol Ryrie Brink quotes: To celebrate the Fourth of July meant something definite in those days. To celebrate the Fourth of July meant something definite in those days.
Carol Ryrie Brink quotes: I mean, if a man's really master of his house, he doesna need to tell folks so. I mean, if a man's really master of his house, he doesna need to tell folks so.
Carol Ryrie Brink quotes: Savages were savages, but what could one expect of civilized men who plotted massacre? Savages were savages, but what could one expect of civilized men who plotted massacre?
Carol Ryrie Brink quotes: Although they might never be rich or famous in America, they would have the satisfaction of knowing that what they had they had made for themselves. Although they might never be rich or famous in America, they would have the satisfaction of knowing that what they had they had made for themselves.
Carol Ryrie Brink quotes: No," said Father. "Just do the best you can and don't let it worry you. In that way you'll have a clear conscience and a tranquil heart. No," said Father. "Just do the best you can and don't let it worry you. In that way you'll have a clear conscience and a tranquil heart.
Carol Ryrie Brink quotes: If at first you don't fricassee, Fry, fry a hen! If at first you don't fricassee, Fry, fry a hen!
Carol Ryrie Brink quotes: What a lot of fun you could have if you made unimportant things seem important and went about them with enthusiasm. What a lot of fun you could have if you made unimportant things seem important and went about them with enthusiasm.
Carol Ryrie Brink quotes: Life is just a lot of everyday adventures. Life is just a lot of everyday adventures.
Carol Ryrie Brink quotes: She was on a real, grown-up adventure, no matter how badly it should turn out. She was on a real, grown-up adventure, no matter how badly it should turn out.
Carol Ryrie Brink quotes: The most truly generous persons are those who give silently without hope of praise or reward. The most truly generous persons are those who give silently without hope of praise or reward.
Carol Ryrie Brink quotes: In those days the worst vice in England was pride, I guess - the worst vice of all, because folks thought it was a virtue. In those days the worst vice in England was pride, I guess - the worst vice of all, because folks thought it was a virtue.