Kindergarten Gems by Agnes Taylor Ketchum, Ida M. Jorgensen

By Agnes Taylor Ketchum, Ida M. Jorgensen

An entire choice of tales and rhymes for the youngest listeners. as well as the standard fairy stories, people stories, and fables, there are many tales approximately animals, stories of daily doings, and tales of the seasons. the fabric is very easily prepared in teams, with a number of tales and rhymes for every vacation and season all year long. a variety of black and white illustrations supplement the textual content. compatible for a long time four and up.

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Well," said the father, "you have not done very wisely, but at all events like a child. " Then the second son began: "I picked up the stone which my little brother threw away, and opened it. " The father shook his head and said: "That is cleverly done, but not like a child. Heaven preserve thee from becoming a trader! And you, Edmund," asked the father. Edmund answered frankly: "I took my peach to the son of our neighbor, sick George, who has the fever. " Edmund was silent, and his mother embraced him with tears in her eyes.

Oriole and his mate worked very busily at it until it was finished. When it was done, Mrs. Oriole laid her eggs in it and then she sat on them. On warm days Bertha and Willie would come and sit together in the swing under the old willow-tree, and swing and swing. And up over their heads Mrs. Oriole would sit in her pretty nest and swing and swing. And Mr. Oriole would perch upon a branch near by and sing and sing. Mrs. Oriole listened to his song and was happy. The children listened to his song and were happy, too.

O," said thumb, "I will tell you how it is. " Away he ran as fast as he could, and when he got home he called, "Gold finger" as loud as he could. But no one answered, so he went up stairs and there he found her sitting in one corner crying bitterly. Pointer told her how she was missed and what they wished her to do. When she heard this, she put on her hat and away they both trotted to the woods. When they got there the other fingers were waiting for them, and gold finger was so anxious to help, that she climbed the tree too fast and fell down and hurt her back very badly, and this is the reason she can't stand up very straight.

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