By Harriette Taylor Treadwell, Margaret Free
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Christina G. Rossetti. The Queen Bee ONCE upon a time three brothers went out to seek their fortune. On the way they came to an ant hill. "Let us turn this hill over," said the oldest brother. "It will be fun to see the ants run. " "Leave them alone," said the youngest brother. " The brothers went on. Soon they came to a lake. Many ducks were swimming in the water. "Let us catch some of these ducks," said one of the brothers. " "Leave them alone," said the youngest brother. " So the brothers went on.
The giants looked up, but the bright light blinded them, so they could follow the fox no more. Then the fox set off to join Lars and Princess Sunset. And they all went on together till they reached the castle of Princess Sunrise. There was great feasting at the castle when Princess Sunset returned, and they could not do enough for Lars. Princess Sunrise gave him the golden hen and told him to come back to see her. Lars' heart was full of joy as he set off for home with the golden hen under his arm.
Christina G. Rossetti. What Is Pink? What is pink? A rose is pink, By the fountain's brink. What is red? A poppy's red, In its barley bed. What is blue? The sky is blue, Where the clouds float through. What is white? A swan is white, Sailing in the light. What is yellow? Pears are yellow, Rich and ripe and mellow. What is green? The grass is green, With small flowers between. What is violet? Clouds are violet, In the summer twilight. What is orange? Why, an orange, Just an orange! —Christina G.
Reading-Literature 3 Second Reader by Harriette Taylor Treadwell, Margaret Free