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such a nice sleep. Who on earth is making that dreadful row? Oh, it's that funny little man, Rock-a-bye. Why can't he be quiet?"
At that, the rat scuttled up close to the sand dune, and whispered in its ear:
" Sand dune, my friend, Rock-a-bye will never give up his trumpet and his drum. But if he throws some of his magic powder in your eyes, you'll go off to sleep again, so soundly that it would take an earthquake

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to wake you up."
So the sand dune asked Rock-a-bye for some of his "magic powder". Rock-a-bye threw a pinch` in the sand dune's eyes, and it went back to sleep again. From then on, Rock-a-bye could make as much noise as he liked without bothering anyone.
Every so often Rock-a-bye stopped playing to dig out a bit more sand and put it into packets.
Finally, when the sand dune awoke

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