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Little Robins Learning to Fly

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Author: Madeline Leslie
Published: 1860
Language: English
Wordcount: 7,558 / 28 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 86.3
LoC Category: PZ
Downloads: 460
Added to site: 2010.09.21 29060

dy to do his part. He walked a step or two forward, and then lay down to survey the new comer at his leisure.

At this minute, Annie came running to the door with an apron full of crumbs. Her face was glowing with pleasure, and her voice was so kind and cheerful, as she called out, "Birdie, birdie, pretty birdie," that Jack felt acquainted at once.

Mrs. Robin caught one crumb, swallowed it, and then, with a glance of affection at Jack, returned to her duties in the tree.

The little robin hopped up nearer, and began picking up the bread, ever and anon cocking his funny little head, and chirping pleasantly, as if to thank her for her care. Then he returned to the bush, and flew up and down, up and down, while Annie laughed, and shouted, and clapped her hands, and called him the smartest bird she ever knew.



"Come, Dick," said Mrs. Robin, in an encouraging tone, after she had related Jack's delight at



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