The Boston Collection of Kindergarten Stories

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J.L. Hammett, 1913 - Children's stories - 179 pages
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Contents

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7
II
10
III
11
IV
15
V
17
VI
20
VII
25
VIII
29

IX
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X
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XI
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XII
36
XIII
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XIV
40
XV
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XVI
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XVII
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XVIII
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XIX
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XX
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XXI
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XXII
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XXIII
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XXIV
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XXV
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XXVI
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XXVII
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XXVIII
72
XXIX
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XXX
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XXXI
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XXXII
81
XLI
106
XLII
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XLIII
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XLIV
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XLV
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XLVI
117
XLVII
122
XLVIII
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XLIX
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L
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LI
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LII
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LIII
150
LIV
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LV
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LVI
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LVII
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LVIII
171
LIX
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LX
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LXI
177
LXII
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Page 42 - Freddy, and all the snow; And the sheep will scamper into the fold, When the North begins to blow.
Page 141 - Two heads are better than one. I will consult some wise animal upon the matter, and get advice. How should a poor, crawling creature like me know what to do without asking my betters?
Page 37 - 0 mother ! do get him some stockings and shoes, And a nice little frock, and a hat, if he choose ; I wish he'd come into the parlor, and see How warm we would make him, poor chick-a-de-de.
Page 154 - I wink," said the one : So she winked and she blinked In the sand, in the sun. Over in the meadow, Where the stream runs blue, Lived an old mother fish And her little fishes two. "Swim!" said the mother; "We swim," said the two: So they swam and they leaped Where the stream runs blue.
Page 140 - Why, her senses must have left her, or she never would have asked a poor, crawling creature like me to bring up her dainty little ones ! Much they'll mind me, truly, when they feel the gay wings on their backs, and can fly away out of my sight whenever they choose ! Ah ! how silly some people are, in spite of their painted clothes and the...
Page 21 - ... window and then she peeped in at the keyhole; and, seeing nobody in the house, she lifted the latch. The door was not fastened, because the Bears were good Bears, who did nobody any harm and never suspected that anybody would harm them.
Page 139 - See these little eggs," continued the Butterfly; "I don't know how long it will be before they come to life, and I feel very sick and poorly, and if I should die, who will take care of my baby butterflies when I am gone? Will you, kind, mild, green Caterpillar? But you must mind what you give them to eat, Caterpillar! — they cannot, of course, live on your rough food. You must give them early dew, and honey from the flowers; and you must let them fly about only a little way at first; for, of course,...
Page 155 - said the mother ; "We dive," said the four : So they dived and they burrowed In the reeds on the shore. Over in the meadow, In a snug beehive, Lived a mother-honeybee And her little honeys five. " Buzz ! " said the mother ; " We buzz," said the five : So they buzzed and they hummed In the snug beehive.
Page 157 - Shine ! " said the mother ; "We shine," said the eleven: So they shone like stars In the soft summer even. Over in the meadow, Where the men dig and delve, Lived a wise mother-ant And her little anties twelve. " Toil ! " said the mother ; " We toil," said the twelve : So they toiled, and were wise.
Page 20 - Little, Small, Wee Bear; and one was a Middle-sized Bear; and the other was a Great, Huge Bear. They had each a pot for their porridge; a little pot for the Little, Small, Wee Bear; and a middle-sized pot for the Middle Bear; and a great pot for the Great, Huge Bear. And they had each a chair to sit in; a little chair for the Little, Small, Wee Bear; and a middle-sized chair for the Middle Bear; and a great chair for the Great, Huge Bear. And they had each a bed to sleep in; a little bed for the...

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