Another story from the 1920’s grade 2 Primer, written in cursive, so for that alone a true relic from the past. I know that we had access when we were kids to these readers saved from my mothers childhood and although I don’t know who was responsible for all the underlining, I will plead guilty to the colouring. That red hen was not red enough for me.
My grandmother was an avid reader, but I never saw her read a book without a pencil or a pen in her hand, underlining what seemed to me to be completely random words and phrases. She would have loved hi-lighters. Mom gave me one of grandmas “doctored” books as a keepsake. It’s full of squiggly pencil underlining from beginning to end. Maybe she passed this habit on to one of her kids when they were learning to read.
Anyway, here’s the story, underlining, bad colouring and all. Sorry some of it is hard to see, but the pages have been around for almost a hundred years. We should all look as good when we’re this ancient.
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