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" Run, run, as fast as you can, You can't catch me, I'm the Gingerbread Man! "
The Riverside Readers: Primer, [First-eighth reader] - Page 113
by James Hixon Van Sickle, Wilhelmina Seegmiller - 1911
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Stories to Tell to Children: Fifty One Stories with Some Suggestions for Telling

Sara Cone Bryant - Children's stories - 1907 - 243 pages
...old woman, "A little old man, "A cow, "A horse, "A barn full of threshers, "A field full of mowers, "And I can run away from you, I can! "Run! run! as...can! "You can't catch me, I'm the Gingerbread Man!" "Why," said the fox, "I would not catch you if I could. I would not think of disturbing you." Just...
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Stories to Tell to Children: Fifty One Stories with Some Suggestions for Telling

Sara Cone Bryant - Children's stories - 1907 - 243 pages
...can!" And when he found that he was ahead of the threshers, he turned and shouted back to them, — "Run! run! as fast as you can! "You can't catch me, I'm the Gingerbread Man!" Then the little Gingerbread Boy ran faster than ever. He ran and ran until he came to a field full...
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The Progressive Road to Reading: Book one-, Book 1

Georgine Burchill - Readers - 1909
...the little girl ran after him as fast as they could, but the Gingerbread Boy laughed, and shouted, "Run! Run! As fast as you can! You can't catch me, I'm the Gingerbread Man.'Q And they could not catch him. So he ran on and on, till he met Little Bo-Peep in a fjeld. "...
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A First Reader

Georgine Burchill, Willaim Louis Ettinger, Edgar Dubs Shimer - Readers (Primary) - 1910 - 128 pages
...can run away from you, too." And as Jack and Jill chased him, he looked back at them, and cried, " Run! Run ! As fast as you can! You can't catch me, I'm the Gingerbread Man." And they ran as fast as they could, but they couldn't catch him. So he said to himself, " Nobody can...
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Little home workers: a reading book for first and second grades

Ida Evelyn Finley - Readers (Elementary) - 1911 - 138 pages
...Man?" The Gingerbread Man called out, "I have run away from a little old woman and a little old man. I can run away from you, I can. Run, run, as fast as you can. You can not catch me. I am The Gingerbread Man." The cow could not catch him. The Gingerbread Man ran on....
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The Beacon first-sixth reader, Book 1

James Hiram Fassett - Readers and speakers - 1913
...cow. "You look very good to eat." 89 "I have run away from a little old woman and a little old man. I can run away from you, I can. Run, run, as fast...can. You can't catch me. I'm the gingerbread man." And the cow could not catch him. The gingerbread boy ran on and on. Soon he met a horse. " Stop ! stop...
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Primary Education, Volume 20

Education - 1913
...little old man, a cow, a horse, a barn full of threshers and a field full of mowers, and I can rui away from you — I can. "Run! run! as fast as you...can! You can't catch me, I'm the Gingerbread Man!" Now the fox saw that he would never catch the Gingerbread Boy by running, so he said: "Why, my dear...
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First Reader, Book 1

Calvin Noyes Kendall, Caroline I. Townsend - Readers - 1917 - 136 pages
...can run away from you. I can, I can." 117 Then he ran on and, as he ran, he looked back and called: "Run, run, as fast as you can, You can't catch me, I'm the Gingerbread Man." And they couldn't catch him. By and by the Gingerbread Boy came to a fox, sitting on the bank of a...
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Children's Stories and how to Tell Them

Joseph Berg Esenwein, Marietta Stockard - Children's stories - 1917 - 352 pages
...repetition, the logical beginning of his literature. "I'll huff and I'll puff and I'll blow your house in!" "Run, run, as fast as you can, you can't catch me, I'm the Ginger Bread Man!" "Good day, Cocky Locky," and like phrases, fill him with glee. advance in proportion...
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A Child's Book of Stories

1919 - 463 pages
...little old woman, A little old man A cow, A horse, A barn full of threshers, A field full of mowers, And I can run away from you, I can! Run! run! as fast as you can! You can't catch me, I 'm the Gingerbread Man ! " " Why," said the fox, " I would not catch you if I could. I would not...
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