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Rose went under, but she did not drown. Bess was still on the top of the water.
Ponto came with a bound, and jumped into the pond. He swam around, and got Bess in his mouth, and brought her to the shore.
Ponto then found Rose, and brought her out, too.
Kate said, "Good, old Ponto! Brave old dog!"
What do you think of Ponto?
Lucy and her mamma are in the woods. They have found a nice spot, where there is some grass.
They sit in the shade of the trees, and Lucy is singing.
The trees are not large, but they make a good shade.
Lucy's kind mamma says that they will have a picnic when her papa can get a tent.
LESSON XXXIII. REVIEW.
James and Robert have gone into the shade of a high wall to play ball.
Mary and Lucy have come up from the pond near by, with brave old Ponto, to see them play.
When they toss the ball up in the air, and try to catch it, Ponto runs to get it in his mouth.
Now the ball is lost.
all look for it under the trees
and in the
not see it.
grass; but they can
Where can it be?
See! Ponto has found it. Here he comes with it. He will lay it at little Lucy's feet, or put it in her hand.
"Papa, may we have the big flag?" said James.
"What can my little boy do with such a big flag?"
"Hoist it on our tent, papa. We are playing Fourth of July." "Is that what all this noise