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IV. What is this? Tell no tales; It is a book.

Call no ill names ; Let me take it?

Shum all bad boys ; Can you

read ? Use no ill words.

II. Take it and try ;

Strive to do good. Do not tear it ; Be kind to all. Keep it clean; Treat no one ill. You may read now. Love all good boys. III,

VI. Be a good child.

Spend your time well Mind your book.

Live in peace. Love your school; Shun all strife. And try to learn. Do good to all.

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XI. The spring is come,

The birds make nests, The snow is gone.

And they lay eggs. The grass is green.

Do not rob them, The sky is clear.

Nor kill their young. IX.

XII, The sun is up;

See this young bird, See how it shines; It cannot fly; Now it is day :

Give it some food, The night is gone.

Or it will die.

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XVI. The day is past.

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is wet, The moon is up;

Let us walk fast; How large it is. The wind blows cool. XIV.

XVII. Look at the moon ;

See that black cloud ;
Now it is full; It will bring rain.
How fair it looks. If we make haste,
It rises fast.

We shall shun it.

The stars are bright; Hear how it rains ;
See how they shine: The drops fall fast:
But it is late,

Where are the lambs ? And we must go.

They will be wet.

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XXII. Come let us go Where are the lambs? And take a walk They are not here, In the wide field, We shall find them, To see the lambs. If we walk on. XX.

XXIII. Look! what is there? There are the lambs, A herd of cows ;

in the next lot: They feed on grass. How brisk they are, Do see them eat. 0, see them skip, XXI.

XXIV. See that red cow ! The sheep bear wool; Flow fast she runs ; it keeps them warm, She has a calf, But we have clothes, See how it plays. To keep us warm.

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XXVIII. Here is a rose ;

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XXIX. There is a tree; What man is that? It is in bloom; How gay it looks ! He shot a hawk, It will bear plums. It fell down dead. XXVII.

XXX. There is a nest,

What time is it? On that tall tree;

'Tis five o'clock. See the old bird, We must walk back, How she flies round. 'Tis time for tea.

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