Excerpt from The Golden Word Book: A School Reader
IT was granted to a good man, when he died, to be born again as a golden goose. So he ﬂew to the top of the house Where he had lived, and there were his Wife and daughters, now very poor, and having a hard time to get along.
The goose said, I am your father, my daughters, and you may take this golden feather, sell it, and buy food.
This he did day after day, and the golden feathers kept the family in comfort. At last the wife said.
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