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cage run-ning moth-er See the girl with her bird and cage. One day her moth-er gave her a bird. It was run-ning a-bout the floor. A cat came and kill-ed it. The lit-tle girl felt ver-y sad. Then her moth-er gave her a new bird. Now she is hap-py a-gain.
air fly a-way bee ant a-fraid paw from fly-ing
dish sil-ly eat-ing A pup was eat-ing from a dish. It saw a bee and an ant.
The bee was not on a bud. It was fly-ing in the air.
The ant did not fly. An ant can not fly, but it can run.
The pup put its paw on the ant. But it ran a-way from the bee.
It was a big bee, and the sil-ly pup was a-fraid of it.
sum-mer fit-ting sister hum-mer sit-ting blis-ter drum-mer hit-ting mis-ter
sin-ner din-ner thin-ner
One sum-mer day, a hun-gry fox saw a fat hen, sitting on a box lid.
The sly fox said, I can get a din-ner now; but not so.
A big boy saw mis-ter Fox, as he was try-ing to get the hen.
The boy ran for his gun. The fox saw the boy go for the gun.
Ah! said mis-ter Fox, I can not get a fat hen for din-ner to-day. If I am not off, the boy may get
So, a-way ran the fox.
stay wing that clay bring then play string there
pound wound ground
fast wing more side string rise some wound ri-ses
dives ground oth-er See the boy with his new kite. Now it dives in the air.
It will come to the ground. Oh, it has but one wing.
It will not fly. Put a wing on the oth-er side.
There, that will do. Now let us see if it will rise.
Oh, yes, how fast it ri-ses. Now the string is all wound off.
You may stay and hold it. I will go and get some more string.
An ox has two horns. He has four legs, and four feet.
The ox can draw the plow. He can draw the cart.
He is quite strong, and works ver-y hard for man.
He has red, or white, or black hair.
He eats grass, and hay, and corn. He drinks wa-ter.
He lies down on his side to sleep, or to rest, aft-er his work.
feast trees bright know should beast