Stories of Birds –by: Lenore Elizabeth Mulets
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[Frontispiece: "He came quite close and stared at the little girl" (missing from book)]
STORIES OF BIRDS
Lenore Elizabeth Mulets
"When our babe he goeth walking in his garden Around his tinkling feet the sunbeams play; The posies they are good to him And bow them as they should to him As he fareth upon his kingly way: The birdlings of the wood to him Make music, gentle music, all the day When our babe he goeth walking in his garden."
Boston: L. C. Page and Company
By L. C. PAGE & COMPANY
All rights reserved
Made in U.S.A.
New Edition, April, 1925
THE COLONIAL PRESS
C. H. SIMONDS CO., BOSTON, U. S. A.
Where can you find a lad who does not treasure among his secrets the nesting place of some pair of birds? Where can you find a child who does not watch for the first robin of spring time? Where can you find one who does not know when the wild ducks in the wedge shaped flocks fly southward?