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Title: The Wise Mamma Goose Author: Charlotte B.
Herr Release Date: April 7, 2004 [EBook #11936] Language: English Character set encoding: ASCII *** START OF THIS PROJECT GUTENBERG EBOOK THE WISE MAMMA GOOSE *** Produced by Ben Courtney and the Online Distributed Proofreading Team. THE WISE MAMMA GOOSE By CHARLOTTE B.
HERR Designs FRANCES BEEM 1913 THIS LITTLE STORY IS TOLD AND THE LITTLE PICTURES WERE DRAWN FOR A GOOD LITTLE CHILD NAMED: _______________ THE WISE MAMMA GOOSE Mamma Goose was trying to think.
She had left the barnyard because it was so noisy there that she could not collect her wits, and had hidden herself between the rows of tall red hollyhocks which border one side of the garden.
Here, at least, it was quiet. Thinking had always been hard work for Mamma Goose.
And besides, her family kept her so busy that she had no time for it anyway.
There was always something to be done for the babies. For Mamma Goose had a whole dozen of the dearest little goslings, and she was very proud of them.
They were soft, and round, and fluffy, like little yellow balls, and besides being prettier than any other babies in the barnyard, they were so bright, too, and knew as much as any gosling could be expected to know,--far more than little Red Hen’s chicks, even though she did make such a fuss about them! The goslings could hunt for their breakfasts almost as well as their mother, while little Red Hen had to scratch up every thing her children ate.
And as for the water--well, the chicks were simply not in it there! They did not like to be in the water at all, but the goslings loved their morning bath in the brook better ...





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