Bill Bunny and Daddy Fox

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Bill Bunny and Daddy Fox by David Cory

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-BILLY BUNNY AND BILLY GOAT

It was a bright and beautiful sunshiny morning as Billy Bunny hopped out of the woodpile where he had slept all night and started off on his journey of adventure.

He had only gone a little ways when all of a sudden from behind a bush out jumped a big Billy Goat. He had a long goatee and he looked very fierce, and when he lowered his head and pointed his horns at the little rabbit, how do you suppose Billy Bunny felt?

Well, he felt just like a piece of paper all crinkled up, he was so scarified. And so would you, for that goat's horns were as sharp as needles.

"Stop! Stop!" cried the little rabbit. "Don't you know who I am? Billy Bunny's my name, from Old Brier Patch, Snake Fence Corner," and then he handed his card to the angry Billy Goat, who ate it up without even reading it. Wasn't that rude in him?

"I don't like your card a bit," said the Goat. "It tastes like peppermint." Of course it did, for the little rabbit carried his striped candy cane

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