The Ideal Catholic Readers: Primer, [First-sixth reader]

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Macmillan, 1915 - Readers
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Page 44 - Mary had a little lamb; Its fleece was white as snow; And everywhere that Mary went The lamb was sure to go.
Page 94 - There are many flags in many lands, There are flags of every hue, But there is no flag in any land Like our own Red, White, and Blue. MARY
Page 49 - When Joseph takes Thee in his arms, And smooths Thy little cheek, Thou lookest up into his face So helpless and so meek. Yes! Thou art what Thou seem'st to be, A thing of smiles and tears; Yet Thou art God, and heaven and earth Adore Thee with their fears.
Page 49 - When Mary bids Thee sleep, Thou sleep'st; Thou wakest when she calls; Thou art content upon her lap, Or in the rugged stalls. When Joseph takes Thee in his arms, And smooths Thy little cheek, Thou lookest up into his face So helpless and so meek. Yes!
Page 49 - Dear little One! How sweet Thou art, Thine eyes how bright they shine. So bright they almost seem to speak When Mary's look meets Thine!
Page 68 - Work while you work, boys, Play while you play ; That is the way, boys, To be happy and gay.
Page 55 - I can, Sister," said little Grace. "Please tell me, Grace." " I know that this is the picture
Page 102 - hang a bell on the cat's neck. Then we can hear her coming.
Page 106 - And make our love so like to Thine, That we may holy be.
Page 52 - do you want me to do ? I want you to get a

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