By Kathleen Bullock
Mitzi, a tender mouse, resents the presence of her new sister Fifi until eventually she involves like having her round.
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He pulled up his windbreaker, buckled the belt around his waist, drew the jacket down again. " Harris asked. " "It is," Shirillo said. " Harris nodded. "One more thing," Tucker said. He got the khaki tote bag that Paul Norton had given him that afternoon, opened it and took out two compact walkie-talkies. He gave one to Shirillo and took one himself, strapped it to his shoulder and let it hang down against his right biceps. He explained the operation of the radios to Shirillo, insisted that they test them, was finally satisfied that the boy knew what he was doing.
Also in the room, against the far wall, were a number of metal-working machines, including a complete miniature gas-fired forge and cooling pot where metals could be melted and shaped. Page 36 "I think I have exactly what you want," Imrie said. 'In the store downstairs he'd seemed bland, as gray as his fringe of hair, a little sleazy but not sleazy enough to be colorful. Here, among his weapons, he came alive like a puppet jerked up on strings and touched, magically, by some good fairy. His eyes, hooded and dull in the antique store, were wide, bright and shifted quickly from one thing to another-not ignoring, either, Tucker's reaction to everything he said and, in a few moments, to everything that he showed him.
Tucker fitted the silencer to the Lüger and had almost eleven inches of barrel. The effect was at once silly and deadly. "Ammunition? " Imrie took those out of the box and placed them neatly on the table. He watched while Tucker fitted the silencers to each of the weapons, loaded them, held them, did everything but shoot them. He was not offended by the thoroughness of the examination, for he knew that Tucker was making no comment on his own trustworthiness but was merely taking as many precautions as he could.
A Surprise for Mitzi Mouse Illustrated, for Pre-School kids by Kathleen Bullock