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The Story of a Lamb on Wheels

Laura Lee Hope

Book Overview: 

The Lamb on Wheels is the third in the series of Make Believe Stories, about toys and dolls, made in the North Pole workshop of Santa Claus, who find themselves in toy stores, where they "make believe come to life," have games and adventures, and then hopefully go home with a boy or a girl. Does the Lamb on Wheels find her special boy or girl?

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Book Excerpt: 
. . .ough she dared not move by herself, or speak, "if this sailor buys me he'll take me on an ocean trip and I'll be seasick! Oh, dear, this is going to be dreadful!"


The jolly sailor held in his hands the Lamb on Wheels. He looked her over carefully, and rubbed her warm, woolly sides. Though his hand was not as soft as was that of the little girl who had stroked the Lamb the day before, yet the sailor was gentle in his touch.

"Well, I suppose there is no use thinking any longer of having a home like the one the Sawdust Doll got, with her little girl mistress to love her," said the Lamb on Wheels to herself. "I am to be taken away by this sailor—away out to sea. I never could stand sailing, anyhow. Oh, dear! why do I have to go?"

"Does she squeak?" asked the sailor of the clerk, as he held the Lamb in his hands.

"Oh, no. She isn't that kind of Lamb," ans. . . Read More