By Bryant S.C.
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At last, there came a little rustling, whispering sound, all round the window: rustle, whisper, whisper. '' said the little Rosebud. '' And she sat still again. Pretty soon she heard the sweet little rustling noise at the key-hole. '' she said. '' By and by, as she sat so still, she heard tap, tap, tap, and rustle, whisper, rustle, all up and down the window pane, and on the door, and at the key-hole. '' she said. ``It's the Rain and the Sun, the Rain and the Sun,'' said two little voices, together, ``and we want to come in!
So the little Gingerbread Boy jumped on his nose. The minute the fox got on shore he threw back his head, and gave a snap! '' And after that, the little Gingerbread Boy never said anything more at all. ).
On earth it grew hotter and hotter; the sun burned down so fiercely that the people were fainting in its rays; it seemed as if they must die of heat, and yet they were obliged to go on with their work, for they were very poor. '' said the Cloud. And she began to sink softly down toward the earth. But suddenly, as she floated down, she -6- remembered something which had been told her when she was a tiny Cloud-child, in the lap of Mother Ocean: it had been whispered that if the Clouds go too near the earth they die.
50 Stories to Tell to Children by Bryant S.C.