e-Book You Are Very Lucky, My Father Said... and Other Poems epub downloadAuthor: Jane Lester
Pages: 60 pages
Publisher: Edwin Mellen Pr (December 1, 1998)
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by Jane Lester
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Andrew, you naughty little boy!" said Jane, and her voice, because she was a girl, was much more like Miss Lark's. But Andrew just looked at them both very haughtily and barked sharply in the direction of Mary Poppins. Yap-yap!" said Andrew several times very quickly. Let me see. I think it's the first on your right and second house on the left-hand side," said Mary Poppins.
My father is very active even though he’s seventy. 2. I’ve always wanted to work in the theatre, but actually it isn’t a very secure profession. 3. I hope we’ll soon find a solution to the problem. 4. Look carefully to the left and to the right before crossing the road
My father is very active even though he’s seventy. Look carefully to the left and to the right before crossing the road. 5. It was very careless of you to lose my watch. 6. I take two daily newspapers and three Sunday papers. 7. You’ve broken my camera!
You Are Old, Father William" is a poem by Lewis Carroll that appears in his book Alice's Adventures in Wonderland (1865).
You Are Old, Father William" is a poem by Lewis Carroll that appears in his book Alice's Adventures in Wonderland (1865). It is recited by Alice in Chapter 5, "Advice from a Caterpillar" (Chapter 3 in the original manuscript, Alice's Adventures in Wonderland). Alice informs the Caterpillar that she has previously tried to repeat "How Doth the Little Busy Bee" and has had it all come wrong as "How Doth the Little Crocodile"