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Title: Harper’s Young People, January 20, 1880 An Illustrated Weekly Author: Various Release Date: March 11, 2009 [EBook #28313] Language: English Character set encoding: ISO-8859-1 *** START OF THIS PROJECT GUTENBERG EBOOK HARPER’S YOUNG PEOPLE, JAN 20, 1880 *** Produced by Annie McGuire [Illustration: HARPER’S YOUNG PEOPLE AN ILLUSTRATED WEEKLY.] * * * * * VOL.
PRICE FOUR CENTS. Tuesday, January 20, 1880.
Copyright, 1880, by HARPER & BROTHERS.
$1.50 per Year, in Advance. * * * * * [Illustration] Poor pussy comes at break of day, And wakes me up to make me play; But I am such a sleepy head, That I’d much rather stay in bed! OUR OWN STAR. -As we have already,- began the Professor, -had a talk about the stars Wed Apr 05 01:17:49 2017 2 in general, let us this morning give a little attention to our own particular star.- -Is there a star that we can call our own?- asked May, with unusual animation.
-How nice! I wonder if it can be the one I saw from our front window last evening, that looked so bright and beautiful?- -I am sure it was not,- said the Professor, -if you saw it in the evening.- -Is it hard to see our star, then?- she said. -By no means,- replied the Professor; -rather it is hard not to see it. But you must be careful about looking directly at it, or your eyes will be badly dazzled, it is so very bright.
Our star is no other than the sun.
And we are right in calling it a star, because all the stars are suns, and very likely give light and heat to worlds as large as our earth, though they are all so far off that we can not see th...

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