Bunny Brown and His Sister Sue in the Big Woods

Bunny Brown and His Sister Sue in the Big Woods

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Excerpt: ... man. "And Bunny thought Sallie Malinda had walked off by herself," said Sue, "but daddy said she couldn't, for there is nothing in her to wind up. So that couldn't happen." "Then who took her?" asked the ragged man. Pg 124 "We thought Eagle Feather, or some of his tribe, might," replied Bunny, "for they thought our toys were 'heap big medicine.' But we went to their village, and no one there knew anything about them." "That's what they said, did they?" "Yes, that's what they said," agreed Bunny. "But they might not have told the truth," went on Mr. Bixby, with a sort of wink at Bunny. "Oh, everybody tells the truth," said the little boy. "Not always," returned Mr. Bixby with a laugh. "But never mind about that now. You have come a long way from your camp." "Oh, that's another thing we forgot to tell you about," said Bunny. "We're lost." "Lost?" cried the ragged man. "Terrible lost," said Sue. "We don't even know which is east, where the sun gets up, you know." "Oh, I can easily show you that," said Mr. Bixby. "And you're not lost any more, for I know where your camp is." "We hoped you would," said Bunny. Pg 125 "That's why we were glad to see you through the bushes. Can you take us home?" "I can and I will," said the ragged man. "I can take you back straight through the wood, or around by my cabin, which will put you on the road along which you went to get your milk that night. Then you'll have an easier walk to Camp Rest-a-While, though a little longer one." "Let's go by the road, though it is longer," said Sue. "I'm tired of walking in the woods." "All right, and I'll carry you part of the way," said Mr. Bixby. "Will you give me a piggy-back?" asked Sue, who was not too old for such things. "A pickaback is just what you shall have," said Mr. Bixby, and Sue soon got up on his back by stepping from a high stone, to the top of which Bunny helped her. "Please go slow," begged the little boy, "'cause we might happen to see Sue's Teddy bear or my...show more

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  • Paperback | 44 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 2mm | 95g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • United States
  • English
  • Illustrations, black and white
  • 1236730151
  • 9781236730152