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" I'll send my little fairy folk To dry your falling tears. "
A Language Book - Página 227
por James Douglas Williams - 1911 - 238 páginas
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Language Through Nature, Literature, and Art

Hannah Avis Perdue, Sarah Elizabeth Griswold - 1902 - 238 páginas
...went so fast they bumped their heads, And both began to cry. Old Father Sun looked out and said, "O, never mind, my dears, I'll send my little fairy folk...falling tears." One fairy came in violet, And one wore indigo; In blue, green, yellow, orange, red, They made a pretty row. They wiped the cloud tears...
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Weather Opinions: A Book of Quotations with Interleaves on Weather Subjects

Jennie Day Haines - 1907 - 98 páginas
...went so fast they bumped their heads, And both began to cry. Old Father Sun looked out and said, " Oh, never mind, my dears, I'll send my little fairy folk...orange, red, — They made a pretty row. They wiped the cloud-tears all away And then, from out the sky, Upon a line the sunbeams made They hung their gowns...
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Primary Education, Volumen17

1909
...yellow, orange, red, They made a pretty row. They wiped the clouds' tears all away, And then against the sky, Upon a line the sunbeams made, They hung their gowns to dry. The stanza as changed is as follows: One fairy came dressed all in red And one wore orange bright,...
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Elson Primary School Reader: Book One-, Libro 2

William Harris Elson - 1912
...red so fine, And one in orange bright; Then yellow, green, blue, violet Were all at once in sight. They wiped the cloud tears all away, And then from...They hung their gowns to dry. — Lizzie M. Hadley. 151 Once there was an old man who lived all by himself. He had a great bag full of shining gold. He...
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The natural method readers: A primer- reader, Libro 2

Hannah Theresa McManus, John Henry Haaren - 1915
...went so fast they bumped their heads, And both began to cry. Old Father Sun looked out and said, " Oh, never mind, my dears, I'll send my little fairy folk...orange, red— They made a pretty row. They wiped the clouds' tears all away, And then, from out the sky, Upon a line the sunbeams made, They hung their...
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Public School Methods, Volumen3

1916
...fast they bumped their heads, Old Father Sun looked out and said, "Oh, never mind, my dears, I '11 send my little fairy folk To dry your falling tears....They hung their gowns to dry. — Lizzie M. Hadley. Song The New Moon Dear mother, how pretty The moon looks tonight! She was never so lovely before; Her...
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Public School Methods, Volumen1

1916
...cry. Old Father Sun looked out and said, "Oh, never mind, my dears, I'll send my little fairy folk One fairy came in violet, And one in indigo, In blue,...line the sunbeams made They hung their gowns to dry. Tell the fable of The Lion and the Mouse. Let the pupils reproduce it and dramatize it. (See page 172.)...
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Primary Education, Volumen27

1919
...heads, And both began to cry. Old Father Sun looked out and said, "Oh, never mind, my dears! 1 '11 send my little fairy folk To dry your falling tears....made, They hung their gowns to dry. — Lizzie M. Badley PRIMARY EDUCATION 127 Your pupils can visualize the first steps in number work more readily...
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Teachers Magazine, Volumen32

1909
...falling tears." Cn« fairy came in violet, Ai<i one in indigo, ti 3iUB. green, orange, red, — Tbay made a pretty row. They wiped the cloud tears all away, And then from out the sky Upon a line the sunbeam made They hung their gowns to dry. — LIZZIE M. HADLEY. Like the Minute Men Long ago, our...
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The Elson Readers, Libro 2

William Harris Elson, Christine M. Keck, Lura E. Runkel - 1920
...red so fine, And one in orange bright; Then yellow, green, blue, violet Were all at once in sight. They wiped the cloud tears all away, And then from...line the sunbeams made, They hung their gowns to dry. 231 —Lizzie M. Hadley. I never know what day it is Unless I hear the name; Today, tomorrow, yesterday...
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