The Sea Fairies by L. Frank Baum

By L. Frank Baum

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Just then Trot gave a flop and flopped right out of the boat into the water. Cap'n Bill caught a gleam of pink scales as his little friend moment there the mermaids. up was Trot's face in the water, among She was laughing with glee into Cap'n Bill's face "Come on went overboard, and in, Cap'n! " 32 those of as she looked and called: It the next CAP'N BILL do. in the boat as if undecided what to Never a sailorman was more bewildered than this old stood up fellow by the strangeness of the adventure he had encountered.

Asked the child anxiously. "No, dear. My charm will protect the house from any 55 intrusion. 52 Chapter Four 'That "It was so. " exclaimed Trot in delight. " said Cap'n Bill. " 'You may see for yourselves," declared the Queen, and waved her hand again. At once they saw before them the room in the cottage, with Mayre's mother asleep by the window. Her knitting was in her lap and the cat lay curled all so chair. It was natural that Trot thought she could hear the clock over the fireplace tick. " cried Trot.

Cried Trot, earnestly. Cap'n Bill groaned. "Guess why we have appeared to you," said another mermaid, coming to the side of the boat. " asked the child. " to see a 'That was real nice of you," said Trot, gratefully. " "I on'y said what I 've heard," protested Cap'n Bill. " Again the cave rang with merry laughter, and away Trot said: "May I see your scales, please? " They seemed undecided what little way off, to say to this, and swam a where the beautiful heads formed a group that was delightful to see.

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