Raggedy Ann's Alphabet Book by Johnny Gruelle

By Johnny Gruelle

1925. The Alphabet ebook positive aspects Raggedy Ann, a bit rag doll who's very quiet; crammed with great white cotton, with vibrant shoe button eyes and cheery, chuffed smiles painted upon her rag faces. A is for Ann-just undeniable Raggedy Ann, She continuously is smiling as broad as she will. See different titles by means of this writer on hand from Kessinger Publishing.

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And the boy told the story You've been hearing. To tell it Again would be stupid and boring: Who wants a twice-told tale? Then the nobleman asked him if he knew How to manage his horse. " "I'm pleased to hear it," said the nobleman, "Truly delighted. " And the nobleman answered, "Friend, May your mother be blessed, for the counsel She gave you is splendid. " And he did. 1395 46 Perceval One of the pages who'd come With the nobleman took the boy's horse, And the other took off his armor. And there he stood, in the stupid Garments he'd had from his mother, Clodhopper boots and rawhide Coat, clumsily sewn.

But the boy refused To give up his own clothing, And nothing Yonet could say Would make him accept a silk Coat, beautifully padded To absorb blows (the knight Had worn it under his mail shirt), Or remove the clumsy rawhide Shoes from his feet. "Damn it! " Said the boy. "You've got to be joking. You think I'll exchange the good Clothes my mother made me II35 II45 II55 II60 JJ Perceval For the stuff this knight was wearing? Give up my good strong hempen Shirt for that flimsy thing He wore under his armor?

975 995 1000 Perceval 33 Hurry: go take those weapons And that armor. They belong to you. " "Kay," said the king, "by God, You speak hurtful words And never worry who's hurt! That's the very worst vice, in a knight. This boy is foolish and untaught, But he may have been born to a noble Family, and if education's The problem, perhaps he's had A bad teacher, and can still improve. It's sinful to mock and make fun, And promise what isn't yours To give. No honest knight Should ever promise anything He can't or won't want to give, For he'll end by making enemies Of the friends to whom he's made promises: They'll want what he's said they can have And are angry not to have it.

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