By Sydney Taylor
It's the flip of the century in New York's reduce East aspect and a feeling of event and pleasure abounds for 5 younger sisters - Ella, Henny, Sarah, Charlotte and Gertie. stick to alongside as they look for hidden buttons whereas dusting Mama's entrance parlor, or discover the basement warehouse of Papa's peddler's store on wet days. The 5 ladies take pleasure in doing every thing jointly, in particular while it contains vacations and surprises. yet nobody may have ready them for the largest shock of all!
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And he might have sat there a long time, too shy to move, if just then something hadn’t tickled his nose, and before he thought what he was doing, he lifted his hind toe to scratch it. And he found that he actually had hind legs! Instead of dingy velveteen, he had brown fur, soft and shiny, his ears twitched by themselves, and his whiskers were so long that they brushed the grass. He gave one leap and the joy of using those hind legs was so great that he went springing about the turf on them, jumping sideways and whirling round as the others did, and he grew so excited that when at last he did stop to look for the Fairy, she had gone.
In the open glade between the tree trunks, the wild rabbits danced with their shadows on the velvet grass, but when they saw the Fairy, they all stopped dancing and stood round in a ring to stare at her. “I’ve brought you a new playfellow,” the Fairy said. ” And she kissed the little Rabbit again and put him down on the grass. ” she said. 40 But the little Rabbit sat quite still for a moment and never moved. For when he saw all the wild rabbits dancing around him, he suddenly remembered about his hind legs, and he didn’t want them to see that he was made all in one piece.
It was a splendid bunny, all white plush with real glass eyes, but the Boy was too excited to care very much about it. For tomorrow he was going to the seaside, and that in itself was such a wonderful thing that he could think of nothing else. 33 And while the Boy was asleep, dreaming of the seaside, the little Rabbit lay among the old picture books in the corner behind the fowlhouse, and he felt very lonely. The sack had been left untied, and so by wriggling a bit, he was able to get his head through the opening and look out.
All-of-a-Kind Family (All-of-a-Kind Family, Book 1) by Sydney Taylor