By Clara Dillingham Pierson, F. C. Gordon
Pleasant tales of box lifestyles for young ones, pertaining to incidents within the lives of birds, bugs, and different small creatures who make the meadow their domestic. each one bankruptcy positive factors the tale of 1 animal in its day-by-day actions and interactions with the opposite animals inhabiting the meadow. best for kids a while five to 7.
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You can see that she was a very wise Robin and a good mother. It would have been dreadful for her to let him grow up a coward. At last the time came when the young birds were to fly to the ground and hop across the road. Both their father and their mother were there to show them how. "You must let go of the rail," they said. " "Three of the children fluttered and lurched and flew down. The timid young Robin would not try it. His father ordered and his mother coaxed, yet he only clung more closely to his rail and said, "I can't!
When it rained she also did this. She was a kind and very hard-working mother. Mr. Robin worked quite as hard as she, and was exceedingly proud of his family. But when their feathers began to grow, and each young Robin's sharp quills pricked his brothers and sisters if they pushed against him, then it was not so easy to be good. Four growing children in one little round bed sometimes found themselves rather crowded. One night Mrs. Robin said to her husband: "I am all tired out. " "Then they must learn to work for themselves," said Mr.
It is warm in cold weather and cool in warm weather. " "But," said the Potato Bug, "it must be very dull. " "And down here," answered the Worm, "we have the roots. Some are brown and woody, like those of the trees, and some are white and slender and soft. They creep and twine, until it is like passing through a forest to go among them. And then, there are the seeds. Such busy times as there are in the ground in spring-time! Each tiny seed awakens and begins to grow. Its roots must strike downward, and its stalk upward toward the light.
Among the Meadow People by Clara Dillingham Pierson, F. C. Gordon