groaned Little Klaus up in the shed, when he saw the good food disappearing.
Then Little Klaus told him how he had lost his way, and begged to be allowed to spend the night there.
He discovered, in due time, that it was not the little paper of snuff (which was also on the chimney-piece), put it back again, took down the snuff instead, and solaced himself with a pinch.
Her lips were a little parted, as if her heart beat faster than usual.
Toomai liked was to scramble up bridle paths that only an elephant could take; the dip into the valley below; the glimpses of the wild elephants browsing miles away; the rush of the frightened pig and peacock under Kala Nag's feet; the blinding warm rains, when all the hills and valleys smoked; the beautiful misty mornings when nobody knew where they would camp that night; the steady, cautious drive of the wild elephants, and the mad rush and blaze and hullabaloo of the last night's drive, when the elephants poured into the stockade like boulders in a landslide, found that they could not get out, and flung themselves at the heavy posts only to be driven back by yells and flaring torches and volleys of blank cartridge.
The mice sat on their door- steps cracking cherry-stones, they winked at Peter Rabbit and little
Perhaps the river will carry me to little
Kay," said she; and then she grew less sad.
At last, when they had frosted one another all over with handfuls of snow, Violet, after laughing heartily at little
Peony's figure, was struck with a new idea.
Real friends should have everything in common,' the Miller used to say, and little
Hans nodded and smiled, and felt very proud of having a friend with such noble ideas.
Gladly would I go with you, dear Fairies," said Eva, "but I cannot sail in your little
But the little
tailor was much too weak to hold the tree, and when the giant let it go, it sprang back again, and the tailor was tossed into the air with it.
John clad himself all in scarlet and started off to the Fair at Nottingham Town.