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The Tale Of Benny Badger

  [english | ]  

Arthur Scott Bailey


Excerpts: [... the Ground Squirrel's chamber half as quickly as he could have had he done nothing but dig. And when he thrust his nose into the underground ...... come near me again when I'm hunting for Ground Squirrels, I'll- Benny Badger never finished what he was saying, because he let go of Mr. Coyote ...... After he left Mr. Fox, Benny Badger hurried here and there and everywhere in search ...]
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The Tale Of Betsy Butterfly

  [english | ]  

Arthur Scott Bailey


Excerpts: [... There's Betsy Butterfly! She doesn't care for butter at all. Are you sure about that? Daddy Longlegs inquired. Really, I think you ...... For Betsy Butterfly went to sleep the moment the sun went down. Freddie had to remain for hours and hours where he could flash his light ...... found out about your trickery, she announced. We know that you like butter, and that you're in the ...]
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The Tale Of Billy Woodchuck

  [english | ]  

Arthur Scott Bailey


Excerpts: [... Woodchuck anywhere they would scold at him, and tell him that he was a heedless, careless boy. It will be a long time before you have another ...... waken him in case some enemy should see him. Now, if Uncle Jerry had been willing to pay them, he might have found plenty of first-class listeners. ...... I'll keep track of the time. And when the sun gets over the big elm by the brook,...]
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The Tale Of Bobby Bobolink

  [english | ]  

Arthur Scott Bailey


Excerpts: [... been. At last there came a time when Bobby-though he was just as happy-seemed to have less leisure for singing. And then it was easy for the ...... His neighbors in Farmer Green's meadow enjoyed his singing. And they thought him the merriest harum-scarum they had ever known. He was even cheerful ...... each side and meeting on my back. Mr. Red-winged Blackbird stared at him. Then, ...]
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The Tale Of Buster Bumblebee

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Arthur Scott Bailey


Excerpts: [... a lesson! they said to one another (there were three of them). And straightway they began to scheme and plan how they should give Buster Bumblebee ...... Once, indeed, he had thought it would be fun to help with the honey-making. So he stopped one of the workers when she was on her way home with a load ...... in Farmer Green's garden. [Illustration: Buster Listened to Mrs. ...]
Genres: [classicDownloads: 141

The Tale Of Chirpy Cricket

  [english | ]  

Arthur Scott Bailey


Excerpts: [... so that he might crawl forth from his hiding place and take up his music where he had left it unfinished the night before. Somehow he always knew ...... Chirpy's relations were of the same mind as he. They acted as if they would rather make the nights ring with their music than do anything else. And ...... to know that it was time to go home. But Chirpy Cricket didn't mind that. ...]
Genres: [classicDownloads: 188

The Tale Of Cuffy Bear

  [english | ]  

Arthur Scott


Summary: [Sir Arthur Leycester Scott Coltman (May 24 1938 ? 2003) published as Leycester Coltman was the British ambassador to Cuba from 3 March 1991 to 1994. Coltman was educated at Rugby School and Magdalene College and spent a sabbatical year at the Manchester Business School. After joining the British Diplomatic Service he served in Copenhagen Cairo Braslia Mexico City and Brussels and served as the ...]
Genres: [classicDownloads: 298

The Tale Of Daddy Longlegs

  [english | ]  

Arthur Scott Bailey


Excerpts: [... shoe. But no matter if it was the right shoe, Daddy Longlegs thought it was all wrong. The Tale of Daddy Longlegs X. RIDE BY MOONLIGHT ...... But she didn't know that some people called him by that name merely because he was seen in Pleasant Valley about the time Farmer Green harvested his ...... weather as it was. Yet the sun was shining brightly. And there was scarcely a cloud ...]
Genres: [classicDownloads: 325

The Tale Of Dickie Deer Mouse

  [english | ]  

Arthur Scott Bailey


Excerpts: [... assist him-or at least, anything except to come down out of the top of the tree. [Illustration] The Tale of Dickie Deer Mouse X. A BIT OF ADVICE ...... and the Deer Mouse family had scoured the woods until they found-and devoured-them all, it is clear that Fatty Coon had started out on a fruitless ...... you and I ought to eat all the corn we can? Dickie inquired. I certainly do! ...]
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The Tale Of Ferdinand Frog

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Arthur Scott Bailey


Excerpts: [... catch up with him in the matter of clothes. If you manage to dress in a style that's five years ahead of the times, I should like to know the ...... of the elegant stranger, Ferdinand Frog. The Tale of Ferdinand Frog XI. FERDINAND FROG IS IN NO HURRY Although everybody in the Beaver ...... of the building, they all saw a sign, which said: MR. FERDINAND FROG UNFASHIONABLE TAILOR ALL ...]
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The Tale Of Grandfather Mole

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Arthur Scott Bailey


Excerpts: [... didn't dig a new hole for himself, if he had lost the one he used when he came up in the garden. And when he saw that Rusty Wren couldn't answer his ...... not by biting her tongue, however, but by clapping her bill upon a fat bug that was trying to hide under a potato-top. And away she flew to her nest, ...... had been watching him, declared afterward to have been a hearty meal ...]
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The Tale Of Grumpy Weasel

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Arthur Scott Bailey


Excerpts: [... as my front ones-when I want to use them. Ah! Mr. Crow exclaimed knowingly. He's saving his hind feet for the race. When Jimmy Rabbit ...... Oh! I thought you meant the end of Jimmy Rabbit, Peter Mink replied. Impossible! Impossible! was all Mr. Crow said to that. But he ...... kept on and never stopped until he reached the farmyard fence where he crouched and watched Jimmy ...]
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The Tale Of Grunty Pig

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Arthur Scott Bailey


Excerpts: [... six legs. Mrs. Pig suddenly made a most peculiar sound. It couldn't be called a squeal, nor a grunt, nor a gurgle, nor a gasp. It was a little ...... night came. He had decided to stay right there in the pasture for the rest of his life, where there was plenty to eat and plenty to do. He felt sure ...... walked around the low building, snuffing at the doors and trying in vain to ...]
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The Tale Of Henrietta Hen

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Arthur Scott Bailey


Excerpts: [... to have her own way. She said that she couldn't be expected to do just as others wished. I'll take orders from nobody, she often declared. ...... sharp in reply. But old Whitey stopped her. Never mind! said Whitey. The day will come when Henrietta Hen will agree that my guess is ...... place, to deceive you. And everybody on the farm-except you-knows that he succeeded. Henrietta ...]
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The Tale Of Jasper Jay

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Arthur Scott Bailey


Excerpts: [... Noisy Jake did not appear. And there was a good reason why he did not. At that very moment he was flying off across the meadow as fast as his ...... warned him, when Mr. Red-shouldered Hawk was sailing about over Farmer Green's barnyard, and Jasper had to seek safety in the chicken house. ...... began jeering at Solomon Owl. And some of them even tried to mock his queer cry, ...]
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The Tale Of Jemima Puddle Duck

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Beatrix Potter


Summary: [The Tale of Jemima Puddle-Duck is a childrens book written and illustrated by Beatrix Potter and first published by Frederick Warne Co. in July 1908. Potter composed the book at Hill Top a working farm in the Lake District she bought in 1905. Following the purchase her works began to focus on country and village life incorporating large casts of animal characters and sinister villains. Jemima ...]
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The Tale Of Jimmy Rabbit

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Arthur Scott Bailey


Excerpts: [... laughed. You don't need a frog to play leap-frog, he said. Just squat down in front of me and I'll show you how it's done. Frisky Squirrel ...... was Frisky Squirrel. And the moment he read the sign he decided that one of his teeth was in need of pulling. Come right in! Jimmy Rabbit said. ...... who should be paid. But he never could find a dentist who looked at the matter in that ...]
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The Tale Of Jolly Robin

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Arthur Scott Bailey


Excerpts: [... some minutes before Jasper Jay could answer him, for he was laughing again. But finally he managed to speak. Those aren't wings! he cried. They're ...... about to start for the farmhouse again when he saw somebody pop out of the woodshed door and come running toward the orchard. Here's Johnnie ...... would be plenty of sunshine a little later. He had many ways of his own for ...]
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The Tale Of Kiddie Katydid

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Arthur Scott Bailey


Excerpts: [... Frog shouted back, as he disappeared among the reeds. But he didn't wait to see whether Freddie took his advice. He was too much excited over the strange ...... to wake up during the night-bad enough, I say, without being obliged to listen to it in broad daylight. Very well! the tailor yielded. ...... Frog did not smile quite so widely over that speech. Nevertheless, he was pleased,...]
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The Tale Of Major Monkey

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Arthur Scott Bailey


Excerpts: [... been spending my time travelling, the Major replied. But you know I'm a soldier. And while I'm in Pleasant Valley I intend to form an army. ...... of the sort! he squawked. And I must say that this is shabby treatment to receive from an old friend. Major Monkey certainly didn't want ...... give me leave or not. Then I'll give you leave-if that's the case, said Major Monkey. I ...]
Genres: [classicDownloads: 446
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