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See my dear, old grandma in her easy-chair! How gray her hair is! She wears glasses when she reads.
She is always kind, and takes such good care of me that I like to do what she tells me.
When she says, "Robert, will you get me a drink?" I run as fast as I can to get it for her. Then she says, "Thank you, my boy."
Would you not love a dear, good grandma, who is so kind? And would you not do all you could to please her?
does won'der moth'er oth'er
bee hön'ey lis'ten
"Come here, Lucy, and listen!
What is in this flower?"
"O mother! it is a bee.
a bee. I wonder how it came to be shut up in the flower!"
"It went into the flower for
some honey, and it may be it went to sleep. Then the flower shut it in.
"The bee likes honey as well as we do, but it does not like to be shut up in the flower.
"Shall we let it out, Lucy?" "Yes; then it can go to other flowers, and get honey."
a cart. They are out very early
in the day.
How happy they
See how well Frank rides, and how tight James holds the lines!
The boys should be kind to their horses. It is not best to whip them.
When they have done riding, they will give the horses some hay or corn.
Some horses can trot very fast. Would you like to ride fast? One day I saw a dog hitched to a little cart. The cart had some corn in it.