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Page 146 - should seek Rather to be good than wise; For the thoughts you do not speak Shine out in your cheeks and eyes. To do to others as I would That they should do to me, Will make me honest, kind, and good As children ought to be. If a task is once begun,
Page 123 - told me. First, a wisp of yellow hay In a pretty round they lay; Then some threads of flax or floss, Feathers, too, and bits of moss, Woven with a sweet, sweet song, This way, that way, and across: That's what Robin told me. 2. Where do the robins hide their
Page 41 - Good again, When I am thirsty, to have the nice rain. Now I am stronger, now I am cool; Heat cannot burn me, my veins are so full." 5. Little White Lily smells very sweet; On her head sunshine, rain at her feet. Thanks to the sunshine, thanks to the rain, Little White Lily is happy again.
Page 123 - Where do the robins hide their nests ? Robin Redbreast told me. Up among the leaves so deep, Where the sunbeams rarely creep. Long before the winds are cold, Long before the leaves are gold, Bright-eyed stars will peep and see Baby robins — one, two, three : That's what Robin told me. in.
Page 109 - would you like to have a pet cow that you could call your own?" THE RAIN AND THE SUN. Down falls the pleasant rain, To water thirsty flowers; Then shines the sun again, To cheer this earth of ours. If it should always rain, The flowers would be drowned; If the sun should always shine,
Page 113 - All seemed to say with quiet delight, "Good little girl, good night, good night!" 7. She did not say to the sun, "Good night," Though she saw him there like a ball of light;
Page 19 - brook That was running away. 2. " You run on so fast! I wish you would stay; My boat and my flowers You will carry away. 3. '• But I will run after:
Page 50 - And I am very happy, For I know that I've been good. 3. My bed is waiting cool and fresh, With linen smooth and fair, And I must off to slumber land, And not forget my prayer.
Page 41 - 5. Little White Lily smells very sweet; On her head sunshine, rain at her feet. Thanks to the sunshine, thanks to the rain, Little White Lily is happy again.