The New Franklin Second Reader

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Taintor Bros., 1886 - 176 pāgines
 

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Pāgina 50 - But I will run after: Mother says that I may; For I would know where You are running away." So Mary ran on; But I have heard say, That she never could find Where the brook ran away.
Pāgina 85 - I have known the time when a pugilistic encounter between two noted champions was almost considered in the light of a national affair ; when tens of thousands of individuals, high and low, meditated and brooded upon it, the first thing in the morning and the last at night, until the great event was decided.
Pāgina 78 - On the branches bare; Now how fast they gather, Filling all the air. Look into the garden, Where the grass was green; Covered by the snowflakes, Not a blade is seen. Now the bare black bushes All look soft and white, Every twig is laden, — What a pretty sight!
Pāgina 97 - Standing at the foot, boys, Gazing at the sky ; How can you get up, boys, If you never try ? Though you stumble oft, boys, Never be downcast ; Try and try again, boys.
Pāgina 97 - When you've work to do, boys, Do it with a will ; They who reach the top, boys, First must climb the hill.
Pāgina 123 - Here we are ! don't leave us out Just because we're little boys ! Though we're not so bold and stout, In the world we make a noise. You're a year or two ahead, But...
Pāgina 50 - Said Mary, one day, To a frolicsome brook, That was running away. " You run on so fast ! I wish you would stay ; My boat and my flowers You will carry away. "But I will run after : Mother says that I may ; For I would know where You are running away.
Pāgina 112 - LOVE God with all your soul and strength, With all your heart and mind ; And love your neighbour as yourself ; Be faithful, just, and kind. Deal with another, as you'd have Another deal with you. What you're unwilling to receive, Be sure you never do.
Pāgina 50 - STOP, stop, pretty water!" Said Mary, one day, . • To a frolicsome brook That was running away. "You run on so fast! I wish you would stay; My boat and my flowers You will carry away. "But I will run after; Mother says that I may; For I would know where You are running away.
Pāgina 144 - THE squirrel hastens to and fro, With acorn, nut, and corn, His hall to fill — he's much to do, For winter's coming on. He does not stop for friends or foes, Until his work is done ; He needs no telling, well he knows Cold winter's coming on. THE VIOLET. 23 His storehouse, filled with all that's good, His eye looks proudly on ; Then chatters forth throughout the wood,

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