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THE MOVING SAND DUNE

after its long sleep, there was nothing left of it except its eyes !
It was so upset that it cried and cried, and soon there were two little pools where its eyes had been. Rock-a-bye brought half a dozen ducks home with him on his next visit to the market, and they had a fine time swimming on the two little pools, for that was all that was left of the sand dune.
So the dune was sent to sleep by its own sand, just as Rock-a-bye used to send himself to sleep with hisjullabies. I know this is not much of a moral for the; story, but if you can think of a better one, why don't you tell it? And if you think the story was silly, why did you listen?

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A PEARL FOR THE QUEEN

Deep down under the blue sea off the coast of Oleron, there once lived a huge black crab. His name was Claw-Claw, and he was a past master in the art of opening oysters.
He loved them; his great pincers could crack and crush the strongest shell to get at this delicious food.
But the oysters thereabouts were so tiny that he could hardly taste them, so when Claw-Claw got to hear that there were much bigger oysters over by the mainland, he was off like a shot; and what oysters they were !
The first one he came across was simply enormous; he had never seen anything

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