Little Klaus now trod again on his sack, so that the skin squeaked.
He says,' replied Little Klans, 'that he has also conjured up for us three bottles of wine; they are standing in the corner by the oven
The little creature seemed so young in his eyes, that there were moments when he found himself thinking of her, if not speaking to her, as if she were a child.
I believe it is very expensive,' said Little Dorrit, 'but MY father has told me that quite beautiful dinners may be got there.
he would shout, and the big fight between Kala Nag and the wild elephant would sway to and fro across the Keddah, and the old elephant catchers would wipe the sweat out of their eyes, and find time to nod to Little Toomai wriggling with joy on the top of the posts.
Next morning he gave him a scolding and said, "Are not good brick elephant lines and a little tent carrying enough, that thou must needs go elephant catching on thy own account, little worthless?
I cannot draw you a picture of Peter and Benjamin underneath the basket, because it was quite dark, and because the smell of onions was fearful; it made Peter Rabbit and little Benjamin cry.
He was smoking a pipe of rabbit-tobacco, and had a little switch in his hand.
While she was eating, the old woman combed her hair with a golden comb, and her hair curled and shone with a lovely golden color around that sweet little face, which was so round and so like a rose.
I have often longed for such a dear little girl," said the old woman.
cried Peony, as plainly as he could speak, for he was but a little
There is no good in my going to see little
Hans as long as the snow lasts,' the Miller used to say to his wife, 'for when people are in trouble they should be left alone, and not be bothered by visitors.
Now must we go home," said the Queen, "and you shall go with us, little
The counsel pleased the king, and he sent one of his courtiers to the little
tailor to offer him military service when he awoke.
John reached the stand he found none fighting, but only bold Eric walking up and down the platform, swinging his staff and shouting lustily, "Now, who will come and strike a stroke for the lass he loves the best, with a good Lincolnshire yeoman?