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HOME AND COUNTRY
A FORWARD LOOK

No one of the wonderful things that can be done by the Magic Wand of Reading is more important than what it shows you of the meaning of Home and Country.
There are many tales that show how true it is that happiness often depends upon simple things, not upon great possessions. In one of the stories of this book the King of the Golden River gave riches to a little boy named Gluck, who was the slave of his brothers, because he was always kind of heart and did his work faithfully. The brothers were rich and selfish and greedy. One would have thought that they had everything to make them happy, but they were cruel to an old man who asked for bread; they refused to help a dying child or to give water to a little dog; and as a punishment they lost all their riches.
Through magic Gluck found happiness, passing from slavery to good fortune. He found out that happiness is not a matter of possessing wealth. The blessings of the Magic Wand are given only to him who is fit.
In this part of your book, you will find stories and poems by which the Magic Wand will help you to enter into the joy that home and its festivals can give you, and into the joy of feeling a strong love for the larger home that we call our country. This joy is not given you by great possessions, but by faithfulness to the simple duties you owe to others. The gypsy wishes to wander along new roads in search of new adventures,

" But when it is dark, he wants a roof
To keep away the sky."

The grown man, in the midst of the business of life, thinks about the old oaken bucket at his boyhood home. Eph Todd, the hero

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