I have never seen a child look so new, and so straight out of tissue-paper, as Sara can look.
A little girl named Sadie wondered if tissue-paper was fair.
He gave him a present then—one of the packets of tissue-paper—and Tommy took it in triumph to his room.
A perfume which he recognized arose from it as she lifted a fold of tissue-paper.
"I think your tissue-paper and ribbon was put into my trunk," said Betty, drumming idly on the window-pane.
Anybody could take a tissue-paper boat to Itasca after 1872.
The tissue-paper, he said, would do for the boy—me—to play with.
There was a suspicious crackling of tissue-paper in his pocket.
Each orange is wrapped in a piece of tissue-paper that is cut just the right size.
And then from his pocket-book he took a little packet of tissue-paper.