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Farewell Aiken Drum

All good things must come to an end. Here’s how this one ended. Aiken-Drum might yet be in Blednock gathering the harvest and helping tired people with their work; but someone forgot what the little man had said, and over … Continue reading

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Just When You Need Him

The Miller invited the Brownie to sleep in the corner of his barn. The Miller’s hospitality paid off. All the people of the village were a little afraid at first, but in a week there was another story to tell. … Continue reading

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Out of Sight

Aiken-Drum, the Brownie of Blednock was always there when the villagers needed him, but always out of sight. The little man would have slipped quietly away from every home where he lent a hand. He never waited to be thanked. … Continue reading

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The Miller’s Invite

The people of Blednock got to know the Brownie. Next, what to do about him? No one new what to say. A little man who would do everything for nothing! It could not be true! There must be something wrong … Continue reading

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Questions, Questions

The townspeople’s fear of the Brownie was pacified by baby Meg’s approval of him. Now the questions begin. Then everybody grew very brave and crowded around him. And when they were close to him they saw that his hairy face … Continue reading

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