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A PEARL FOR THE QUEEN

up all their oysters without offering to share a single one, and when they saw the fat, greedy crab without his shell, they all went for him. Without his shell, he didn't stand a chance ... and that was the end of Claw-Claw !
And as for all those pearls-well, crabs are not interested in jewels, so I expect they are still there on the sea bed, just waiting to be picked up....

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BRAT AND THE MAN IN
THE MOON

The moon stares down at us all night long, but at one time he hated anyone to look back at him. He could hardly bear it when he was thin and new, but when he was full, it just used to send him crazy. No less than three times, the Man in the Moon actually came down to Oleron to tell someone off for staring at him.
The first time, it was a poet who was wandering along the sea-shore.
" What are you staring at me for, young man?" asked the Man in the Moon.
" I was making up a poem about you."
" Well, don't. I can't stand poetry. There's far too much of it around already."

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