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Goody Two-Shoes was a good little girl.
“Two shoes, two shoes,
See my pretty two shoes ! ”
It was seven o'clock in the morning.
Wilson's door. Tap, tap!
little Billy. Goody Two-Shoes put down all her
wooden letters like this: b a 1 h k mo q su w y x fd cegin
prt v zj Billy could name every letter. Then he put the letters like this: a b c d e f g h ij k l m n o p q r s t u v
w x y z Billy's mother came in. She was pleased. After that Goody Two-Shoes went to
help Sally Simpson. “Bow-wow!” said the dog at the door. “Come in,” said Sally's mother. “We
are glad to see you." Goody Two-Shoes asked Sally to spell
top and ball and hen.. Sally could spell them as fast as you can.
Farmer Cook had three children.
Two-Shoes came to the door. Goody Two-Shoes gave them her letters. “What did you have for dinner ?” “Bread,” said little Tom. “Spell it,” said she.
B-r-e-a-d, spelled Tom with the letters. “Now, Polly, what did you have ?” “Apple pie.” Then she spelled it. Now, let us play Goody Two-Shoes. Who will play Billy? Who can spell apple pie?
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As round as an apple, as deep as a cup, All the king's horses can not pull it up.