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By Sally Grindley

Ten colorfully illustrated tales that includes Alice, her brother Sam, their mom and dad, and their puppy and cat motivate young ones to begin studying all alone, helped via the accompanying observe and imagine dictionary highlighting seventy-two key terms utilized in the tales.

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The boy, not knowing the duke, called out to him in- broad Scotch accent, "Hie, mun, come here, and gie's a han' wi' this the dress. " The duke walked slowly on, not seeming to notice the boy, who still kept calling for his help. " i The duke went and "And lent a helping hand. " MORAL dinna ken," said the boy, "I o' something, to STORIES. " a' As they came to a lane near the house the duke slipped away from the boy and entered by a in his differ- Calling his butler, he put a sovereign ent way. " He then returned to the end of the lane, where he had parted from the boy, so as to meet him on way his back.

Who gentleman. The friend name. Just at that minute the boy passed the window, and was pointed out to him. other day with a cigar in his mouth. " said the told his ; ; tered the " I office. understand that you want a good, trusty boy, Mr. " have you got one for " I think I have," he replied. " what do you MORAL 42 " I don't STORIES. " " He is the boy for me. " THE YOUNG GALLEY-SLAVE. YOUNG man was once condemned for some A offense to serve at the galleys in one of the Such persons are called j^a/and their punishment is to serve as oarsmen on board of a galley, or large government sea-ports of France.

I mean, what part of the money do you give " Jimmy, and how much do you keep out of it ? " You bet yer life I don't keep none. " "Yes, I do. All the boys give up what they I'd like to catch any feller gets on his job. " "Can't do it, sir; it's his customer. " He threw him the coin, and was off like a shot after a customer for hiniself, a veritable rough diamond. In this big city there are many such lads, with ragged warm and generous coats. hearts under their ; MORAL THE ' STORIES. 59 AND THE PIG The : HEN.

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