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This eBook from the Gutenberg Project consists of approximately 5 pages of information about The Tale of Timmy Tiptoes.

Then Timmy Tiptoes came out, and went home with an umbrella.

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But Chippy Hackee continued to camp out for another week, although it was uncomfortable.

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At last a large bear came walking through the wood.  Perhaps he also was looking for nuts; he seemed to be sniffing around.

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Chippy Hackee went home in a hurry!

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And when Chippy Hackee got home, he found he had caught a cold in his head; and he was more uncomfortable still.

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And now Timmy and Goody Tiptoes keep their nut-store fastened up with a little padlock.

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And whenever that little bird sees the Chipmunks, he sings—­“Who’s-been-digging-up my-nuts?  Who’s been digging-up my-nuts?” But nobody ever answers!

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