This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1915 Excerpt: ...awaiting it. The man took it to a jeweler, who was making a crown for a great king. "This is just what I have been looking for!" he cried, ...
This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1915 Excerpt: ...awaiting it. The man took it to a jeweler, who was making a crown for a great king. "This is just what I have been looking for!" he cried, and he put it in the front of the king's crown. "Ah!" said the pearl. "Now I am happy indeed." THE RAINBOW FAIRIES Two little clouds one summer's day Went flying through the sky. They went so fast they bumped their heads, And both began to cry. Old Father Sun looked out and said, "Oh, never mind, my dears, I'll send my little fairy folk To dry your falling tears." One fairy came in violet, And one in indigo, In blue, green, yellow, orange, red--They made a pretty row. They wiped the clouds' tears all away, And then, from out the sky, Upon a line the sunbeams made, They hung their gowns to dry. Lizzie M. Hadley. THE FOOLISH FROG Father Frog: Croak! Croak! He climbs out of the brook on to a log, and sits in the sun.) Ah, this is fine! How pleasant and warm it is in the sun! I'm sure no animals are quite so happy as we frogs are. In summer-time, when it is hot, we can swim about in the cool water. In wintertime, when it is cold, we can dig down deep in the mud, and stay there till spring. Mr. Crow: He is sitting on a tree over the brook.) Caw! Caw! Hear that foolish frog! Father Frog: Hello, Mr. Crow! What did you say? Mr. Crow: I wasn't speaking to you. Father Frog: That crow has very bad manners. He likes to say rude things. Little Frog comes swimming up to the log.) Little Frog: Oh, father, father! I'm so frightened! Father Frog: Frightened, my son? Why, what frightened you? Little Frog: Oh, dear! The most dreadful great animal just came down to the brook. Father Frog: Well, well! What did he look like? Little Frog: Oh, he was very, very big. He had great horns on his head and a lo...
Good. Book. 12mo-over 6¾"-7¾" tall. Apparentl First Edition. Illustrated in color and b&w. Boards have some wear on edges, some soil. Inside: light foxing, one short tear, several short tears (actually bumps) on bottom edge of pages. few pencil marks, name on front fly page. 122pp.
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