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|Title: The Ladder to Learning||1|
|THE LADDER TO LEARNING||1|
|AND PUBLISHER OF||2|
Author: Miss Lovechild
Release Date: November 27, 2004 [eBook #14184]
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[Illustration: The Ladder to Learning, by Miss Lovechild.]
A stands for Ape, for Arthur, and Air.
B stands for Bullock, for Bird, and for Bear.
C stands for Cat, for Charles, and for cry.
D stands for Dog, for Daniel, and Dry.
E stands for Eagle, for Edward, and Eel.
F stands for Fish, for Francis, and Feel.
G stands for Goat, for Great, and for Good.
H stands for Hog, for Harry, and Hood.
J stands for Judge, for Jack, and for Jill.
K stands for King, for Kate, and for Kill.
L stands for Lion, for Lawyer, and Land.
M stands for Magpie, for Martha, and Mend.
N stands for Nag, for Nanny, and Notes.
O stands for Owl, for Orchard, and Oats.
P stands for Peacock, for Prince, and for Pay.
Q stands for Queen, for Quick, and for Quay.
R stands for Robbin, for Reason, and Rhyme.
S stands for Squirrel, for Sweet, and Sublime.
T stands for Top, for Tea, and for Towel.
V stands for Vine, for Virtue, and Vowel.
W stands for Whale, for Waggon, and Wing.
X stands for Xerxes, the great Persian King.
Y stands for Yew Tree, for Youth, and for Yellow.
Z stands for Zany, a foolish Young Fellow.
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