ページの画像
PDF
ePub

goose

66

HENNY PENNY

tur'key

Soon they met a goose.

"Good day, Goosey Poosey," said the duck. "Good day, Ducky Lucky," said the goose. "Where are you going?"

"I am going to the mountains, so that the world may not come to an end," said the duck. "Who told you that?" asked the goose.

Cocky Locky told me," said the duck. "Who told you that, Cocky Locky?"

Henny Penny told me," said the cock. "Who told you that, Henny Penny?"

"I dreamed it in the oak tree last night." "I will go with you," said the goose.

Soon they met a turkey.

"Good day, Turkey Lurkey," said the goose.
"Good day," said Turkey Lurkey.
"Where

are you going?"

"I am going to the mountains, so that the world may not come to an end," said the goose.

66

II

far'ther

71

stuff

nice

[graphic]

66

"Who told you that?"

asked Turkey Lurkey.
"Ducky Lucky told me."

"Who told you that, Ducky Lucky?

? "

Cocky Locky told me."

"Who told you that, Cocky Locky?"
Henny Penny told me."

"Who told you that, Henny Penny?"

"I dreamed it in the oak tree last night." "I will go with you," said Turkey Lurkey. A little farther on, they met Foxy Loxy. "Good day, Foxy Loxy," said Turkey Lurkey. "Good day, Turkey Lurkey," said Foxy Loxy. "Where are you going?"

"I am going to the mountains, so that the world may not come to an end."

66

[ocr errors]

"Who told you that?" asked Foxy Loxy.

Goosey Poosey told me."

"Who told you that, Goosey Poosey?"

'Ducky Lucky told me."

"Who told you that, Ducky Lucky?"

66

66

HENNY PENNY

66

'Cocky Locky told me."

"Who told you that, Cocky Locky?'
Henny Penny told me."

66

[ocr errors]
[ocr errors]

"Who told you that, Henny Penny?"
"I dreamed it in the oak tree last night."

"Stuff!" said Foxy Loxy. "The world will not come to an end if you do not go to the mountains. Come home with me. It is nice and warm in my house in the ground."

So they went home with Foxy Loxy and never came back again.

73

[graphic]
[ocr errors]
[graphic][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small]

It was the night before Thanksgiving in Peter Pumpkin-eater's garden. Great Big Pumpkin, Middle-Sized Pumpkin, and Little Wee Pumpkin were speaking together.

"All here?" asked Great Big Pumpkin.
"All here," said Middle-Sized Pumpkin.

"All here," said Little Wee Pumpkin. "But I heard Peter say that he should pull us tomorrow and send us on our ways."

"That will be fine!" said Great Big Pumpkin. "I hope we shall make good pies for some one's dinner. I wish we could go to the palace."

[ocr errors]

LITTLE PUMPKIN'S THANKSGIVING

ce

"So do I," said Middle-Sized Pumpkin. "Maybe we could see the King."

"I should like to see Cinderella," said Little Wee Pumpkin. "But I am not large enough to go to the palace. Still, I wish I could make some one glad on Thanksgiving Day."

G

Little Wee Pumpkin was the first to wake in the morning. Peter had opened the garden gate, and Cinderella was walking into the garden. Little Wee Pumpkin opened her eyes and listened.

II

[blocks in formation]

ill

jack-o'lan'tern

la'dy

Cinderella was beautiful, and Little Wee Pumpkin knew that she was good and kind. She was carrying a basket full of yellow flowers.

"They are for you, Peter," she said, laughing. "I have brought them from the palace garden. They are for your Thanksgiving.

"Now you must help me find the right pumpkin for a jack-o'lantern. It is to make a little

« 前へ次へ »