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Just right for a snow fort!
Now for the snowballs!
Make good ones, Helen.
Make round ones, Anna.
Not too hard, Joe!
Papa says, "Not too hard

when the girls play."
How do you like this, Mamma?
Isn't this fun, little Roger?
Take care, Sport! Take care, sir!
To-morrow we will make a snow man.
To-morrow we will make a snow fort.
Will you name the snow man, Mamma?
Now we will make a great snowball

for Papa to see to-night.

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TEN LITTLE RABBITS.

J J^n One little rabbit, ^^ under a tree,

Called to the others: "Come and find me!"

2^^ Two little rabbits
Swa2&" found Rabbit One

Jumping and running; ^
Oh, what fun!

Three little rabbits

found Rabbit Four, Nibbling some clover,

by the barn door.

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Four little rabbits took Rabbit Five, In a cabbage coach,

for a long drive!

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Five little rabbits

showed Rabbit Six, In jumping and running, £ many new tricks!

Six little rabbits, that happy day, Got Rabbit Seven to come out to play.

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Seven little rabbits

ran through a gate,

Into a cabbage field,

and found Rabbit Eight.

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Eight little rabbits

heard a dog whine, And ran like mad

to tell Rabbit Nine!

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