By Frank Richards
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So though they flew home, they stayed in the lane itself and were cautious round But it took so much corners. longer to ing as they did that they were come up late for tea. the lane play- Even lazy Miss Gozzling was cross with them, mainly because, being lazy, she Uked a long threatened to report rest between tea and supper; she them to their grandfather who had spent that day in the town and was not waiting to scold them himself. Miss Gozzling's chest heaved in time with her creaky voice as she scolded, and she tugged at her red and purple beads rolled all over the floor.
But he only a morning! Emma said, Two "Cheer up! " way down to the school, her crossness over, but Charlotte watched the boy his strangeness far more way his nose sprang a beak, his bright, straight and saw than she had done the clearly How day before when knowing him was new. bird he was, the on such crosspatches Uke a out from his face Hke even his walk, springy, eyes, half-ungainly, half-graceful, the jerky step of a long- legged bird. The freckles on his nose hazardly scattered as most people's that they made a on cockleshell bridge of his nose, the span of over his cheeks on either She pondered, too, were not hap- are.
They dow settled to discuss down imder the plants by the the problem, which was the order which the school children should be taught Hat was decidedly Scobb nearly to fly. in Jammy the worst at keeping secrets, Molly as bad. next to them Baby bow win- They were to come Pumpkins who 54 last of all, boasted, and and then Scooter Dimple who talked unceasingly but who wor- shiped Bandy Scragg and would speak only under ordered to silence by if torture. Immediately before him must come Annie Feather who was had solid but, as a girl, who would feel Marly Scragg who could to be after the big boys otherwise, sibly be and after great problem.
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