By George J. Adler
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Why, that would be dishonorable. ” Presently they came to the marketplace, and the Scarecrow gazed around in amazement at the town hall, the church, and the market stalls. “I had no idea civilization had advanced to this point,” he said to Jack. “Why, this almost compares to Bella Fontana. What industry! What beauty! What splendor! ” Jack could see children whispering and pointing at the Scarecrow. ” said the Scarecrow eagerly. He was pointing at a canvas booth where a carpenter was hammering some planks together to hold up a brightly painted picture of a wild landscape.
A Surprise Witness 15. A Medical Mystery 16. Spring Valley Chapter One Lightning One day old Mr. Pandolfo, who hadn't been feeling at all well, decided that it was time to make a scarecrow. The birds had been very troublesome. Come to that, his rheumatism had been troublesome, and the soldiers had been troublesome, and the weather had been troublesome, and his cousins had been troublesome. It was all getting a bit too much for him. Even his old pet raven had flown away. He couldn't do anything about his rheumatism, or the soldiers, or the weather, or his cousins, who were the biggest problem of all.
No,” he said, “no crows anywhere. ” “That's a good job done,” said the Scarecrow. “Now I want to move on, but I need another leg. If you go and find me a leg, I shall be very obliged. Just like this one, only the opposite,” he added, lifting his trouser leg daintily to show a stout stick set firmly in the earth. “All right,” said Jack. ” So he set off toward the wood at the edge of the field and clambered through the undergrowth looking for the right sort of stick. He found one before long and took it back to the Scarecrow.
A Practical Grammar of the Latin Language: With Perpetual Exercises in Speaking and Writing by George J. Adler