Little Folks of Many Lands

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Ginn & Company, 1904 - Children - 112 pages
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Page 49 - Stork, stork, fly away ! Stand not on one leg to-day. Thy dear wife is in the nest, Where she rocks her young to rest. The first, he will be hanged, The second will be hit, The third, he will be shot, And the fourth put on the spit." " Just hear what those boys are saying ! " said the little Stork-children. " They say we are to be hanged and killed.
Page 76 - ... I not stand wholly within? " asked the Camel, finally. " I keep the tent open by standing as I do." " Yes, yes," said the Arab. " I will have pity on you as well as on myself. Come wholly inside." So the Camel came forward and crowded into the tent. But the tent was too small for both. " I think," said the Camel, " that there is not room for both of us here.
Page 75 - A camel stopped and looked in. " Please, master," he said, " let me put my head in the tent. I am very cold out here." " Of course," said the Arab. So the camel put his head inside the warm tent. Soon he said,
Page 109 - They try to keep the ball in the air by hitting it with the bats.

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