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THE MOVING SAND DUNE

twelve, eleven paid attention to what he had said to them, and they did not dare to come an inch closer. But the twelfth dune, the biggest and strongest of them all, went on creeping towards the rushes by the house. This great sandy hill never slept, moving slowly onwards, day and night.
Now, Rock-a-bye was away from home a lot, earning his living lulling ,little children to sleep-and that's a lot harder than you would think ! Anyway, Rock-a-bye was too busy to notice what was happening, until one day he suddenly realised that the huge sand dune had passed the rushes and was almost on top of his little house. So Rock-a-bye pulled the house down and put it up again a bit further on. When he moved, the grasshopper perched on his finger, the rat rode in his pocket, and the spider swung on the end of its web,

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