By Clara Dillingham Pierson, F. C. Gordon
Pleasant tales of box lifestyles for childrens, concerning incidents within the lives of birds, bugs, and different small creatures who make the meadow their domestic. each one bankruptcy positive factors the tale of 1 animal in its day-by-day actions and interactions with the opposite animals inhabiting the meadow. ultimate for kids a long time five to 7.
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The Cheerful Harvestmen SOME of the meadow people are gay and careless, and some are always worrying. Some work hard every day, and some are exceedingly lazy. There, as everywhere else, each has his own way of thinking about things. It is too bad that they cannot all learn to think brave and cheerful thoughts, for these make life happy. One may have a comfortable home, kind neighbors, and plenty to eat, yet if he is in the habit of thinking disagreeable thoughts, not even all these good things can make him happy.
Butterfly, "have lived so long in wet places that it is a wonder you are alive. Your color is good, but to stand with one's roots in water all the time! " "Cardinals and Butterflies live differently," said the flowers. " Mr. Butterfly left the river and flew over to the woods. He was very much out of patience. He was so angry that his feelers quivered, and now you know how angry he must have been. He knew that the Violets were a very agreeable family, who never put on airs, so he went at once to them.
It was right to do that which pleased most of them. It took a great deal of work to make the tent. All helped, spinning hundreds and thousands of white silken threads, laying them side by side, criss-crossing them, fastening the ends to branches and twigs, not forgetting to leave places through which one could crawl in and out. They never worked all day at this, because unless they stopped to eat they would soon have been weak and unable to spin. There were nearly always a few Caterpillars in the tent, but only in the early morning or late afternoon or during the night were they all at home.
Among the Meadow People by Clara Dillingham Pierson, F. C. Gordon