The Comprehensive Method of Teaching Reading: First five months, Book 1

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D.C. Heath & Company, 1908
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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 28 - SUPPOSE the little cowslip Should hang its golden cup, And say, "I'm such a tiny flower I'd better not grow up :" How many a weary traveller Would miss its fragrant smell!
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.
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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.
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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.
Page 93 - RIDE a cock-horse to Banbury cross, To see an old lady upon a white horse, Rings on her fingers, bells on her toes, She will have music wherever she goes.

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