Mary Louise

Author: Baum, L. Frank (Lyman Frank)

Average rating:
  • Fair-Read Level: 4
  • Illustrated? No
  • Audiobook
  • Length: C
  • Flesch: 73.07
  • Kincaid: 6.92
  • Fog Level: 9.71
  • Core 1 and 2: 81.44

Placement Text

"It's positively cruel!" pouted Jennie Allen, one of a group of girls occupying a garden bench in the ample grounds of Miss Stearne's School for Girls, at Beverly. "It's worse than that; it's insulting," declared Mable Westervelt, her big dark eyes flashing indignantly. "Doesn't it seem to reflect on our characters?" timidly asked Dorothy Knerr. "Indeed it does!" asserted Sue Finley. "But here comes Mary Louise; let's ask her opinion." "Phoo! Mary Louise is only a day scholar," said Jennie. "The restriction doesn't apply to her at all." "I'd like to hear what she says, anyhow," remarked Dorothy. "Mary Louise