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Tonight's story is part 1 of Eva's Adventures in Shadowland and is one of the most relaxing stories you will ever hear. Eva goes on many adventures and the world is very descriptive from the grass, butterflies, streams, and more. There was nothing that Eva liked better than to go and sit in the tall grass; grass so tall that when the child, in her white dress, looped on her plump white shoulders with blue ribbons, her bright golden curls brushed back from her fair brow, and her blue eyes sparkling, sat down in it, you could not see her until you were near her, and then it was just as if you had found a picture of a little girl in a frame, or rather a nest of soft, green grass...
“Will you come with me, sweet Reader? I thank you. Give me your hand.”
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