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NOTHING TO BE AFRAID OF
"ROBIN WON'T GIVE you any trouble," said Auntie Lynn. "He's very quiet."
Anthea knew how quiet Robin was. At present he was sitting under the table,
and, until Auntie Lynn mentioned his name, she had forgotten that he was
Auntie Lynn put a shopping bag on the armchair.
"There's plenty of clothes, so you won't need to do any washing, and there's
a spare pair of pajamas in case—well, you know. In case . . ."