A Kindergarten Story Book eBook

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So this wee, wee woman took her wee, wee candle in her wee, wee hand, crept softly down her wee, wee stairs, and, when she reached the room below, she looked under her wee, wee chair, but there was nothing there.  Then she looked into her wee, wee cupboard, but there was nothing there.  Then she looked behind her wee, wee stove, but there was nothing there.  Then she looked under her wee, wee table, but there was nothing there.

So this wee, wee woman took her wee, wee candle in her wee, wee hand, crept softly up her wee, wee stairs, got into her wee, wee bed and fell fast asleep.  Soon this wee, wee woman was awakened by a noise.  She jumped out of her wee, wee bed, lighted her wee, wee candle and looked behind her wee, wee door, but there was nothing there.  Then she looked under her wee, wee bed, but there was nothing there.

So this wee, wee woman took her wee, wee candle in her wee, wee hand, crept softly down her wee, wee stairs, and, when she reached the room below, she looked under her wee, wee chair, but there was nothing there.  Then she looked into her wee, wee cupboard, but there was nothing there.  Then she looked behind her wee, wee stove, but there was nothing there.  Then she looked under her wee, wee table and out jumped—­boo!!!

THE LITTLE LONG TAIL.

  As a cat and a mouse ran over a rail
  The cat bit off the mouse’s tail.

The little mouse cried, “Cat, Cat, give back my little long tail again!”

“That I will if you’ll give me milk!” said Cat.

The little mouse ran to Cow and cried, “Cow, Cow, give me milk, that I may give Cat milk, that Cat may give back my little long tail again!”

“That I will if you’ll give me hay!” said Cow.

The little mouse ran to Barn and cried, “Barn, Barn, give me hay, that I may give Cow hay, that Cow may give me milk, that I may give Cat milk, that Cat may give back my little long tail again!”

“That I will if you’ll give me key!” said Barn.

The little mouse ran to Smith and cried, “Smith, Smith, give me key, that I may give Barn key, that Barn may give me hay, that I may give Cow hay, that Cow may give me milk, that I may give Cat milk, that Cat may give back my little long tail again!”

“That I will if you’ll give me coal!” said Smith.

The little mouse ran to Miner and cried, “Miner, Miner, give me coal, that I may give Smith coal, that Smith may give me key, that I may give Barn key, that Barn may give me hay, that I may give Cow hay, that Cow may give me milk, that I may give Cat milk, that Cat may give back my little long tail again!”

“That I will!” cried Miner, and he gave the mouse coal.  The mouse gave Smith coal and Smith gave him key.  The mouse gave Barn key and Barn gave him hay.  The mouse gave Cow hay and Cow gave him milk.  The mouse gave Cat milk and Cat gave back his little long tail again.

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