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Bully and Bawly No-Tail

Howard Roger Garis

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. . .Pretty soon they came to the house where the man lived, and his little boy was there, and very[Pg 43] delighted he was when he heard that he was to have some new paper on his room.

“May I watch you put it on?” he asked Uncle Butter.

“Yes,” answered the old gentleman goat, “if you don’t step in the paste, and spoil the carpet.”

The little boy promised that he wouldn’t, and Uncle Butter went to work. First he got his sticky stuff all ready, and then he made a little table on which to lay out and paste the paper.

“Now, we’ll cut the roll into strips and fasten it on the wall good and tight, so that it won’t fall off in the middle of the night and scare you,” said Uncle Butter. Then he reached for the roll of paper, and, mind you, Papa No-Tail was still asleep inside of it. But all at once, just as the paper-hanger goat was about to pick up the roll, Mr. No-Tail awakene. . . Read More

Community Reviews

Interesting little stories for children. Wonderful idea to have 31 tiny segments per book -- one for each day of the longest month. I found the outre flippancy of the author in the last paragraph of each story _very_ irritating, distracting, and odd (e.g. "in case the little boy next door doesn't ta