The First Little Pet Book, with Ten Short Tales, in Words of Three and Four Letters

The First Little Pet Book, with Ten Short Tales, in Words of Three and Four Letters❰Reading❯ ➺ The First Little Pet Book, with Ten Short Tales, in Words of Three and Four Letters Author Aunt Fanny – Heartforum.co.uk Unlike some other reproductions of classic texts 1 We have not used OCROptical Character Recognition as this leads to bad uality books with introduced typos 2 In books where there are images such as p Unlike some other reproductions of Little Pet MOBI î classic texts We have not used OCROptical Character Recognition as this leads to bad uality books with introduced typos In books where there are images such as portraits maps sketches etc We have endeavoured to keep the uality of these images so they represent accurately the original artefact Although occasionally there may be certain imperfections with these old texts we feel they deserve to be made available for future generations to enjoy.

Frances Elizabeth Barrow pen name Little Pet MOBI î Aunt Fanny; nickname Frankie Blue was an American author of childrens stories.

The First Little Pet Book, with Ten Short Tales, in Words
  • Paperback
  • 216 pages
  • The First Little Pet Book, with Ten Short Tales, in Words of Three and Four Letters
  • Aunt Fanny
  • English
  • 24 July 2014
  • 9781290013727

14 thoughts on “The First Little Pet Book, with Ten Short Tales, in Words of Three and Four Letters

  1. Hal Johnson says:

    This book is or less Oulupian It's composed entirely of words of ≤ 4 letters and almost always 4 This makes it almost unreadable at times and at times strangely beautifulIt is no fun at all to get a big toe cut off for Sam had to lie in bed and cry all day; and the pig ate up his big toe He can not buy a new toe He has but one big toe now So you see how bad it is not to do as you are bidorLet me say to you if you get a pie and it is too hot to eat do not put it on the top of a big tin pot in the air and go off to see a cat or a dog for if you do may be a sly old ape may get at the pie and eat it all upLesson learned

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