Rollo Learning to Talk

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Sheldon, 1865 - Children - 179 pages
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Page 171 - I took a walk out in my garden with my little boy, and as wo were walking along, a little yellow bird flew out of the bushes, and lighted on the fence. They were currant bushes. I looked among the currant bushes, where the bird flew from, and what do you think I saw ? Why, I saw a beautiful little nest, with five eggs in it. The nest was fastened in the branches of the currant bushes. I lifted up my little boy so that he could see the nest, and all the little speckled eggs in it. They were smooth,...
Page 75 - He fooks frightened. Tom always cries, when his mother wants to brush and comb his hair. What a silly boy, not to want to have his hair brushed ! How a little boy looks, with his hair all sticking up and flying about ! Do you cry when your hair is brushed ? You like to have your hair look smooth and nice.
Page 86 - Away," the word occurred in its primitive meaning in the following sentence, " Now we will watch them, and when they go away they will seem to grow smaller and smaller." Edith's idea of watch did not fit the context, and she asked what it meant. She was told that they were " looking " to see the boat go away, and her teacher tried to explain this use of the word.

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