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attempt the reading Baby Bunting baby doll baby robins Baby Rose baby sister Banbury Bess birds black cat Blending Drill blow brook brother Jack cake catch Cheer-up Chick-a-dee-dee chicks child and answered chipmunk Christmas cluck cold and frosty dog watches doll drink duck fast feed feet fins Frank frog frosty morning Good-by grandma green leaves hear horse Jack Frost Kate Kitty plays lady walks little boy little dog little fish little kitty little mouse little robins little sister Look mamma May's mend a shoe mittens MONTH MEMORY GEM mulberry bush nest old cat old robin Papa peep phonic drill phonic facts illustrated pond pretty baby pretty rose rabbit red apple Santa Claus says seen sheep shines sing spin splash swim Tell Tommy top spin tree try to fly Tweet watches wind winter write
Page 84 - Little Boy Blue, Come blow your horn, The sheep's in the meadow, The cow's in the corn. Where is the boy Who looks after the sheep? He's under the haycock Fast asleep.
Page 52 - I'd better roll away." The blade on which it rested, Before the day was done, Without a drop to moisten it, Would wither in the sun.
Page 80 - Help one another," the snow-flakes said, As they cuddled down in their fleecy bed; "One of us here would not be felt, One of us here would quickly melt; But I'll help you, and you help me, And then what a splendid drift there'll be.
Page 95 - The Mulberry Bush Here we go round the mulberry bush, The mulberry bush, The mulberry bush. Here we go round the mulberry bush, So early in the morning.
Page 24 - To the Turks. — Will he carry them home ? — He will not carry them home. — Will you come ? — I will not come, (ir.) — Where do you wish to go ? — I wish to go to the good English. — Will the good Italians go to our house ? — They will not go. — Where do they wish to go ? — They wil) go nowhere.
Page 93 - Humpty together again. ide a cockhorse to Banbury Cross, To see a fine lady upon a white horse; With rings on her fingers and bells on her toes, She shall have music wherever she goes.
Page 93 - LEG over leg, As the dog went to Dover ; When he came to a stile, Jump he went over.