Bunny Brown and His Sister Sue Playing Circus

Bunny Brown and His Sister Sue Playing Circus

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Excerpt: ...out Stop it That milk isn't for you cried the hired man, trying to push the calf to one side. Pg 124 But the calf was hungry, and it had made up its little mind that it was going to have that milk. And it did. Before the hired man could stop it, the calf had its nose down in the pail of nice, warm, fresh milk. Let him have it, said Grandpa Brown, with a laugh. The milk will keep him quiet, and we folks can get out. The circus is over; isn't it, Bunny? Oh, yes, Grandpa. But we didn't think the wild animals were going to get loose. How did you like it? Do you mean how did I like the wild animals getting loose? asked Grandpa Brown, with a laugh. No, the circus, answered Bunny. Was it good? It certainly was cried his grandfather. I liked it very much And so did I, said grandma. But I was afraid you would be hurt when you jumped that time, Bunny. Oh, that's just a circus trick, Bunny said. You ought to see Ben jump. Go on, Ben, show 'em how you can turn over in the air. Pg 125 Not now, Bunny. I haven't time. I'm going to help Bunker clean up the barn. There were many things to be put away after the circus, for Grandpa Brown had said if the children used his barn they must leave it neat and clean when they finished. By this time the grown people who had come to the circus, and the boys and girls, too, began to leave. The calf was now standing still, drinking the milk from the pail. Splash had stopped barking. The two roosters had gotten out of the barn, and everything was quiet once more. The circus was over, and everyone said he had had a good time. Some of the little folks wanted to see it all over again, but Bunny said that could not be done. The grown folks said Bunny Brown and his sister Sue were very clever to get up such a nice little show. But of course we didn't do it all, explained Bunny, who like to have others share in the praise. We never could have done it if grandpa hadn't let us take his barn, or if...show more

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  • Paperback | 44 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 2mm | 95g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • United States
  • English
  • Illustrations, black and white
  • 1236730062
  • 9781236730060