"Tell it Again" Stories

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Ginn, 1911 - Animals - 173 pages
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Page 180 - AFOOT and light-hearted I take to the open road, Healthy, free, the world before me, The long brown path before me leading wherever I choose.
Page 90 - ... lanes, averred Such lovely music never had been heard ! But blither still and louder carolled they Upon the morrow, for they seemed to know It was the fair Almira's wedding-day, And everywhere, around, above, below, "When the Preceptor bore his bride away, Their songs burst forth in joyous overflow, And a new heaven bent over a new earth Amid the sunny farms of Killingworth.
Page 171 - A CARPENTER BUILDS SHELTER FOR SOME ANIMALS ONCE a horse, a cow, a sheep, a dog, a cat, and a hen met on the same road and traveled along together. Soon the days grew cold, and they could not find enough to eat. " I wish I had a warm barn," said the horse. " Moo ! " said the cow, " I would like one, too." " Wow, wow ! " said the dog,
Page 143 - ... and our ownership had never been recorded. What is property, after all? The law says there are two kinds, real and personal. But it seems to me that the only real property is that which is truly personal, that which we take into our inner life and make our own forever, by understanding and admiration and sympathy and love. This is the only kind of possession that is worth anything.
Page 180 - Healthy, free, the -world before me.*' RHYMES AND STORIES. The charm of this volume lies not alone in the deeds of Bo-Peep, Miss Muffet, Little Red Riding Hood, Old Mother Hubbard, and others, but also in their portraits, so correctly drawn by Mr. Charles Copeland that they are unmistakable. FAIRY TALES. Volumes I and II. In these two books twenty-eight of the great fairy tales of the world are collected, including Perrault, Andersen, Grimm, and others of equal magic.
Page 173 - said the dog, " a kennel will do." " Baa ! " said the sheep, " in a pen I would sleep." " Cluck, cluck ! " said the hen,
Page 179 - Kindergarten Stories" contains suggestions for presenting them to the children, outlines for talks, hints for clay modeling, and innumerable helpful remarks. The " Morning Talks " are entirely original, and are intended to instruct in natural history, promote good habits, and aid the child in moral growth.
Page 52 - So on they went, and on, until the stars began to shine. Then the tired little pussy cat curled in her hollow nest, put on the cover, and went to sleep. In the morning they went on again, but before long it began to rain. The pussy cat's soft fur was soon very wet. " You poor little thing," said the big orange pumpkin; "curl inside your house and I will trundle you along.
Page 179 - BROWN, 30 cents. CLASSICS FOR CHILDREN SERIES The following books of this series have been edited by Miss Wiltse GRIMM'S FAIRY TALES. Part I.
Page 68 - The rabbit led the way through the woods, and soon they met a big gray squirrel. " Good day," said he, " where are you going ? " " Why," said the rabbit, " this kitten wants to be a Christmas present, and we are trying to find some one who knows about it.

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