My Pet's Album

My Pet's Album

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1872 edition. Excerpt: ... do nothing at all in the way of writing, but only made scratches and scrawls on the sheet of paper. He, however, soon managed to ink his fingers, smear the ink on the best table-cloth, and presently upset the ink over his clean pinafore. Mama was very angry when she came in and found what mischief he had done, and will take care, I dare say, to keep the ink out of little William's way until he is able to use it without spilling it about, and then she will not be afraid to let him have it. WATERING THE SHEEP IN PALESTINE. JN the Holy Land water is much more scarce than it is in England, so that wells are very much valued there, and any one who has dug a well is thought to have done a very good thing indeed. On this account it is sometimes difficult to get water enough for the cattle, but the people are very kind to their animals, and always take as much care of them as they can. The sheep know the voice of their own shepherd, and follow him as a dog would his master: when they go from place to place he does not drive them, but goes before them, so that they do not know what it is to be driven and worried with savage dogs, as we so often see in our streets and roads. If you read with attention the lives of Jacob and David, you will find sheep frequently mentioned; and in the New Testament, our Lord often spoke of them in those wonderful parables of his, which we should read very often, and ponder very seriously. The parable of the Lost Sheep is a very beautiful one. ELSIE AND HER DOG. T ITTLE Elsie lives in the Fen country, and is on her way to school, but she is so fond of animals that she is sitting down for a few minutes to feed the ducks. How fast they eat up the pieces of bread, as she throws them into the pond! Bruno sits beside more

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  • Paperback | 32 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 2mm | 77g
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236753135
  • 9781236753137