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The Tale of Snowball Lamb

Arthur Scott Bailey

Book Overview: 

Another Tuck-Me-In book from Arthur Scott Bailey. This time still in Pleasant Valley, we find ourselves on the Green Farm where Johnnie got a lamb from his father. The regular cast of animals and birds from the "Tales" books are still to be found participating in life in the valley.

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Book Excerpt: 
. . .een his legs and slunk away, to hide himself under the woodshed. And there he stayed for the rest of the morning and sulked.

But in the afternoon he began to feel more cheerful. For Spot had heard Mrs. Green remark that school began the next day.

That was good news. At least Spot so thought it.

"This lamb won't get much notice from Johnnie Green after to-day," Spot told Henrietta Hen. "He'll be left here in the yard. And it won't be long now before Mrs. Green tells Farmer Green to put him in the pasture with the flock. She won't[24] have him in everybody's way. She'll get rid of him quickly. You know that when Mrs. Green makes up her mind, things generally happen to suit her."

Henrietta nodded her handsome head.

"Just what I've often told the Rooster!" she exclaimed.

Well, the following morning, as much as an hour after breakfast, Johnnie Green started up the road with some books under his arm and a lunch basket in h. . . Read More

Community Reviews

This was a very entertaining and sweet short children’s story. Too bad there aren’t any illustrations in the Kindle version.