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" I have run away from a little old woman, A little old man, A cow, And I can run away from you, I can... "
The Riverside Readers: Primer, [First-eighth reader] - Page 111
by James Hixon Van Sickle, Wilhelmina Seegmiller - 1911
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St. Nicholas, Volume 2

Children's literature - 1875
...ran, and could n't catch him. And he ran till he came a-cross a fox, and to him he called out : " I Ve run a-way from a lit-tle old wom-an, A lit-tle old man, A barn full of thresh-ers, A field full of mow-ers, A cow and a pig, And I can run a-way from you, I...
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Baby Days: A Selection of Songs, Stories and Pictures for Very Little Folks

Mary Mapes Dodge - 1877 - 192 pages
...and could n't catch him. And he ran till he came a-cross a fox, and to him he called out : " I 've run a-way from a lit-tle old wom-an, A lit-tle old man, A barn full of thresh-ers, A field full of mow-ers, A cow and a pig, And I can run a-way from you, I...
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Baby World: Stories, Rhymes and Pictures for Little Folks Compiled from St ...

Mary Mapes Dodge - Children's literature - 1884 - 303 pages
...him, but they could n't catch liim. And he ran on till he came to a cow. He called out to her : " I Ve run a-way from a lit-tle old wom-an, A lit-tle old man, A barn full of thresh-ers, A field full of mow-ers, And I can run a-way from you, I can ! " But, though...
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BABY WORLD STORIES, RHYMES, AND PICTURES FOR LITTLE FOLKS

MARY MAPES DODGE - 1886
...and could n't catch him. a-cross a fox, and to him he called out: And And he ran till he came " I Ve run a--way from a lit-tle old wom-an, A lit-tle old man, A barn full of thresh-ers, A field full of mow-ers, A cow and a pig, And I can run a-way from you, I...
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The folk-lore readers: book one

Eulalie Osgood Grover - Readers - 1905 - 111 pages
...after him, but she could not catch him. Soon the Gingerbread Boy came to a pig. He said to the pig, "I have run away from a little old woman, a little old man, some men who were threshing, some men who were mowing and a cow. I can run away from you, too; I can...
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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
...good to eat." But the little Gingerbread Boy ran harder than ever, and as he ran he cried out, — "I have run away from a little old woman, "A little...man, "A cow, "A horse, "And I can run away from you, I can!" And when he found that he was ahead of the threshers, he turned and shouted back to them, —...
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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
..."you look very good to eat." But the little Gingerbread Boy laughed out loud. "Oho! oho!" he said, — "I have run away from a little old woman, "A little old man, "A cow, "And I can run away from you, I can!" And, as the horse chased him, he looked over his shoulder and...
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Summers readers, first reader

Maud Summers - Foreign Language Study - 1908 - 157 pages
...but she could not catch him. The Gingerbread Boy ran on and on Soon he met a fox and called out, " I have run away from A little old woman, A little old man, A barn full of threshers, A field full of mowers, A cow, And I can run away from you, I can, I can."...
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Rimes and Stories

Lura Mary Eyestone - Nursery rhymes - 1910 - 121 pages
...gingerbread man ran away and away down the road. Soon he came to some boys who were playing. He said, "I have run away from a little old woman, a little old man, a big red cow, some pretty white sheep, some men who were mowing, and I can run away from you, I can,...
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Little home workers: a reading book for first and second grades

Ida Evelyn Finley - Readers (Elementary) - 1911 - 138 pages
..."Stop, little Gingerbread Man," said the horse. "Where are you going?" The Gingerbread Man called out, "I have run away from a little old woman, a little old man, and a cow. I can run away from you, I can. Eun, run, as fast as you can. I am The Gingerbread Man."...
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