I Love to Sneeze (Bank Street Level 1*) by Ellen Schecter

By Ellen Schecter

I admire To Sneeze an excellent sneeze could be a relief-but it may well additionally reason particularly a ruckus! Zebras lose their stripes, cows cross flying over the moon, and leaves get blown again onto the timber! Read-aloud audiences and starting readers alike will giggle out loud as overall chaos ensues during this wacky romp!

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Then Offero saw it was a little child who was standing out there upon the threshold—a child who looked up at him with pleading eyes, his golden curls lying wet against his cheek, and his little white robe drenched with the driving rain. Very tenderly Offero stooped down and lifted the little one in his kind, strong arms, and asked him how it came that he was out alone on such a stormy night. "I must cross the river to-night," said the child in his soft, clear voice, "and the water is deep and I am afraid.

Life holds no pleasure when thou art absent. The days are grey and sunless without the sunshine of thy presence. " And Ursula was glad to think that, through love of her, the prince should be led to love God, and so granted his request and bade her companions prepare to set out once more. The Pope would fain have persuaded them to stop longer in Rome, but Ursula told him of her vision, and how it was time to return as the dream had warned her. Then the Pope and his clergy made up their minds to join the pilgrimage also, that they too might honour God by a martyr's death.

From every window gay carpets were hung, and the town was all in holiday, as Ursula stood on the landing-place, the first to greet the prince as he stepped ashore, and all that Conon had heard of her seemed as nothing compared to the reality, as she stood before him in her great beauty and welcomed him with gentle courtesy. And he grew to love her so truly that he was willing to do in all things as she wished, though he longed for the three years to be over that he might carry her off to England and make her his queen.

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