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The Goody-Naughty Book

Sarah Cory Rippey

Book Overview: 

The Goody-Naughty Book was originally published as two books back to back. Opening the book from one end, the reader experiences “The Goody Side” where the children are polite and thoughtful. However, turning the book over and beginning from the other side, one reads “The Naughty Side” where the children are lazy and irritable. These short, moral stories teach children the proper way to behave and that there are consequences if they don’t.

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Book Excerpt: 
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THE TREE GAME

When Margaret and Benjy were getting over the measles their mamma invented a new game to amuse them.

"You might play you are trees," she suggested.

"I'm a pine tree!" cried Margaret.

"So'm I," agreed Benjy.

"Pine trees sing, you know, Benjy," Margaret went on, "so we must sing, too." And the two struck up a lively tune.

Too-dle-dee, too-dle-dee, doo-o-o! It was not the pine trees, however, that sang it.

"Oh, an organ man!" "Oh, a monkey!" And both little pine trees raced to the window.

The organ man smiled. "Dance, Tessa, dance!" he cried to his little girl, grinding away with all his might.

And then how Tessa's little brown legs did flash back and forth, and in and out! And what funny tricks the wee monkey did!


How Tessa's little brown legs did flash back and forth!

When the music stopped Jocko scrambled. . . Read More

Community Reviews

Very cute book that was first printed in 1913. Has a few dated (less culturally acceptable) references. But it was sweet and cute.