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By Clara Dillingham Pierson, F. C. Gordon

Pleasant tales of box existence for teenagers, concerning incidents within the lives of birds, bugs, and different small creatures who make the meadow their domestic. every one bankruptcy good points the tale of 1 animal in its day-by-day actions and interactions with the opposite animals inhabiting the meadow. very best for kids a long time five to 7.

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It is too bad that they cannot all learn to think brave and cheerful thoughts, for these make life happy. One may have a comfortable home, kind neighbors, and plenty to eat, yet if he is in the habit of thinking disagreeable thoughts, not even all these good things can make him happy. Now there was the young Frog who thought herself sick—but that is another story. Perhaps the Harvestmen were the most cheerful of all the meadow people. The old Tree Frog used to say that it made him feel better just to see their knees coming toward him.

Do you think what you do? " Mr. Robin was also at work, and such billfuls of mud, such fine little twigs, and such big wisps of dry grass as went into that home! Once Mr. Robin was gone a long time, and when he came back he had a beautiful piece of white cotton string dangling from his beak. That they put on the outside. " Mr. Robin was very proud of his nest and of his wife. He never went far away if he could help it. Once she heard him tell Mr. Goldfinch that, "Mrs. " "Yes," said Mrs. Robin to Mrs.

After the young Robins had outgrown their shells and broken and thrown them off, they were naked and red and blind. They lay in a heap in the bottom of the nest, and became so tangled that nobody but a bird could tell which was which. If they heard their father or their mother flying toward them, they would stretch up their necks and open their mouths. Then each would have some food poked down his throat, and would lie still until another mouthful was brought to him. When they got their eyes open and began to grow more down, they were good little Robins and did exactly as they were told.

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