By Clara Dillingham Pierson
Introduces teenagers to the animals of the farmyard via a chain of attractive tales in regards to the sheep, chickens, cows, and horses that reside there. With new animals arriving frequently, we make the acquaintance additionally of a pig and a peacock, in addition to a few geese and guinea fowls. every one tale closes with a steady ethical, inspiring youngsters to correct habit. appealing black and white illustrations supplement the textual content. compatible for a while five and up.
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It is only because they are a gentle folk and pleasant in all they say; and you know when people are always kind, it makes others happy just to see them and have them near. Then, when the cold March winds are blowing, the good farmer brings more yellow straw into the Sheep-shed, and sees that it is warm and snug. If there are any boards broken and letting the wind in, he mends them and shuts out the cold. At this time, too, the Horses and Cattle stop often in their eating to listen. Even the Pigs, who do not think much about their neighbors, root in the corners nearest the Sheep-shed and prick up their ears.
Tittle-ittle-ittle-ee! " And this time it was louder and clearer than before. " cried the Oxen to each other. " THE SWALLOWS ARE COMING As soon as the Horses reached the end of the furrow and could rest a minute, they tossed their heads and whinnied with delight. Then they looked around at the farmer, and wished that he knew enough of the farmyard language to understand what they wanted to tell him. They knew he would be glad to hear of their friends' return, for had they not seen him pick up a young Swallow one day and put him in a safer place?
Why, what would you have done all these days if things happened in that way? What would you have had to think about? " The little Lamb hung his head and asked no more questions. " he called to a group of Lambs near by. "I'm going to have one of the men shorten my tail. " The Wonderful Shiny Egg "CUT-CUT-CA-DAH-CUT! " called the Dorking Hen, as she strutted around the poultry-yard. She held her head very high, and paused every few minutes to look around in her jerky way and see whether the other fowls were listening.
Among the Farmyard People by Clara Dillingham Pierson