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A Book For Kids

Auhtor: C Dennis

Language: english
Published: 1921

Genres:

poetry,  young readers
Downloads: 311
eBook size: 71Kb

Review by Timothy B. Riley, July 2005


Rating: (***)
Copyright: Public Domain in the U.S.
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Excerpts from the Book 'A Book For Kids':

... and brandy-snaps, pastry all in flakes. But I wouldn't be a baker if . I couldn't eat the cakes. Would you. THE DAWN DANCE. What ...
... and basket on arm. Run to the window and tell him to stop-. Flippity-flop. Flippity-flop. THE FUNNY HATTER. Harry was a funny man, Harry was ...
... were when you rode out.. So I rode homeward, free of doubt. OUR STREET. In our street, the main street. Running thro' the town,. You see ...
... was miserable, like all empty houses. Now, Sym was a tinker-a travelling tinker. He would do a little gardening and farming at home for a while, ...
... is horrible-horrible.. I am sorry, said the Little Red House. I'm afraid I've been very selfish, too. I was forgetting that everyone has troubles ...
... rain doesn't stop soon, you'll cry the front path away. It certainly is wet.. Very late that night the rain eased a little and then stopped altogether. ...
... was. It was quite late next morning when the Blue-gum awoke. He stretched his big limbs, and began to wonder what he might say to comfort the Little ...
... But it purrs and purrs quite proudly if you call it by its name, And offer it some sandwiches of sealing-wax and soap. So try:. TriTri. -anti-wontiTriantiwontigongolope. But ...
... and robins, and their hens,. Are my very special friends, and bring me joy. THE MUSIC OF YOUR VOICE. A vase upon the mantelpiece,. A ship ...
... with chickens and wallabies and rabbits and a funny man with large ears and all sorts of other peculiar shapes. The sun was sinking behind a distant ...
... he did look again he almost fainted with the wonder of it. He was inside the sunset. But scarcely had he begun to enjoy the wonderful sight, when he ...
... can't go home by the way you came. The only thing for you to do is to go round. You'll just about have time to do it, if you hurry.. Go round. ...
... he had reached mid-day, high over a strange foreign land, and was racing through the morning toward the dawn. So quickly did he go that there was little ...
... from his hand. So it was not a dream after all for, if it was, how could he explain that Sky Flower. He picked it up and carried it very tenderly, ...
... song of the butcher-bird. Seeking a joint for his butcher's shop. (Chip. . . Chop. . . Chip. . . Chop.). Deeper and deeper the cut creeps in,. While ...
... been so long to let. It's very well for Ma to tell about my dawdling habits. What would you do, suppose you knew the place was thick with rabbits. I ...
... we are told, can scratch and scold,. And boys will fight and wrangle,. And big, grown men, just now and then,. Fret o'er some fingle-fangle,. Vexing ...
... faces, and their noses I would grip. While I shaved most carefully along the upper lip. But I wouldn't be a barber if . The razor was to slip. Would ...
... for dinner. While a man in Booboorowie. Often sat and wondered how he. Could prevent himself from growing any thinner. So the man from Oodnadatta. He ...
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