Little Susy's Six Birthdays

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Anson D. F. Randolph, 1853 - 190 pages
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Page 52 - And run he did — home to his mother. Wise little Creepy-Crawly! 59 60 LITTLE KITTY. Once there was a little kitty, White as the snow; In the barn she used to frolic, Long; time ago. In the barn a little mousie Ran to and fro; For she heard the kitty coming, Long time ago. Two black eyes had little kitty, Black as a crow; And they spied the little mousie, Long time ago. Four soft paws had little kitty, Paws soft as dough; And they caught the little mousie, Long time ago.
Page 85 - The clock strikes three : The ship sails quietly over the sea. The horse says neigh, He wants some hay ; The clock strikes four : The coach is standing before the door. The hen cackles, The duck quackles ; The clock strikes six : Time to get up and pick mother some sticks. The cook will bake A nice little cake ; The clock strikes seven : Put on the pudding, and boil till eleven. You shall be fed With milk and bread ; The clock strikes eight : Come ! eat your breakfast...
Page 82 - I think, when I read that sweet story of old," and said every word so clearly and distinctly, that not one was lost. Then she said the first chapter of John. I do wish you could have heard her. She was then lifted down, and they...
Page 190 - Play about in the warm sun ? Or of fishes in the water ? God has counted every one. Every one He called by name When into the world it came. Knowest thou how many children Go to little beds at night ? That without a care or trouble Wake up with the morning light ? God in heaven each name can tell ; Knows thee too, and loves thee well I SELECTIONS FROM WAKD, LOCK, & TYLER'S CATALOGUE OP NEW AND POPULAR BOOKS.
Page 108 - Miller, she burn! her little finger Susy Miller, she burnt her little finger; Susy Miller, she burnt her little finger. One little finger burnt; One little, two little, three little fingers , Four little, five little, six little fingers ; Seven little, eight little, nine little fingers— Nine little fingers burnt!
Page 53 - Nine pearl teeth had little Kitty, All in a row ; And they bit the little mousie, Long time ago. When the teeth bit little mousie, Mousie she cried ' Oh ! ' But she got away from Kitty, Long time ago.
Page 121 - Two boys were once playing under a tree, when a nut fell from it near them. One of them picked it up. The other boy said : " It is my nut, for I saw it fall.
Page 85 - The moon it shines, • The baby whines ; The clock strikes twelve : It's getting too late to toil and delve. • In quiet nights The mousie bites ; The clock strikes one : May naughty dreams little cradles shun ! Little...
Page 121 - and I will decide your quarrel for you." So he cracked the nut, and gave one-half of the shell to one boy, saying : " This is for you, because you saw the nut fall." He then gave the other half-shell to the second boy, saying, " This is yours, because you picked up the nut.
Page 121 - No, it is mine," said the other, " for I picked it up." Just then a bigger boy came along, and he said : " What are you disputing about?" The little boys told him. " Give it to me," said he, " and I will decide your quarrel for you." So he cracked the nut, and gave one-half of the shell to one boy, saying : " This is for you, because you saw the nut fall.

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