The Haliburton First Reader
D. C. Heath, 1912 - 142 páginas
Stories grouped around seven themes: With the children and the birds; In summer time; Fun for rainy days; At sunset; In the fall woods; Winter days and nights; The year's at the spring. Each group contains selections from English and American authors.
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Alice baby birds beautiful BETTY BLUE Billy Boy Bow-wow Briar Rose bright castle catch Cock-a-doodle Cock-a-doodle-doo cried cuckoo curly tail daffodils dark dark water dog whose name donkey Drumikin fairy field mouse flowers Frank Gingerbread Boy going golden ax Good-by Grace Grannikin hayloft Iris Jack Frost Jenny Wren jumping and dancing killed Cock Robin king kingdom lambs larks Little Betty Little birdie little boy little girl little kittens little old dog little old kettle little old pan little old woman meadow Mee-ow mice Mother Goose nest never leak peep phonic drill princess pupils purr-r Pussy-Cat queen rain rime Robin Redbreast rooster rosebuds seen the wind sheep short saying sleep snow Soon Lambikin sparrow star story sweet teeny-tiny lady three little kittens town mouse tree twinkle walnut Wee Robin Wee-haw wind winter wise woman woods words youngest brother
Página 121 - WHO HAS SEEN THE WIND? Who has seen the wind ? Neither I nor you ; But when the leaves hang trembling The wind is passing through. Who has seen the wind ? Neither you nor I ; But when the trees bow down their heads The wind is passing by.
Página 111 - I," said the Sparrow, "With my bow and arrow, I killed Cock Robin." Who saw him die? "I," said the Fly, "With my little eye, I saw him die.
Página 68 - Star light, star bright, First star I seen tonight. I wish I may, I wish I might Have the wish I wish tonight.
Página 63 - Cock a doodle doo, What is my dame to do ? Till master finds his fiddling stick She'll dance without her shoe. Cock a doodle doo, My dame has found her shoe, And master's found his fiddling stick, Sing doodle doodle doo. Cock a doodle doo, My dame will dance with you, While master fiddles his fiddling stick, For dame and doodle doo.
Página 50 - Oh! mother, dear, we very much fear That we have lost our mittens. Lost your mittens ! you naughty kittens ! Then you shall have no pie.
Página 43 - Hark! Hark/ The dogs do bark. The beggars are coming to town. Some in rags, Some in tags, And some in velvet gowns.
Página 63 - And master's lost his fiddling stick, And don't know what to do. Cock a doodle doo, What is my dame to do ? Till master finds his fiddling stick She'll dance without her shoe. Cock a doodle doo, My dame has found her shoe, And master's found his fiddling stick, Sing doodle doodle doo.
Página 72 - You run on so fast ! I wish you would stay : My boat and my flowers You will carry away.