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1. "How good Meg is! Come, Amy,
let's do as they do. I'll help you
with the hard words, and they'll
explain things if we don't
understand," whispered Beth, very
much impressed by the pretty
books and her sisters’ example.
"I'm glad mine is blue," said Amy.
And then the rooms were very still
while the pages were softly turned,
and the winter sunshine crept in to
touch the bright heads and serious
faces with a Christmas greeting.
LITTLE WOMEN
Louisa May Alcott
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PETER PAN J.M. Barrie
2. Mrs. Darling quivered and went to the window. It
was securely fastened. She looked out, and the night
was peppered with stars. They were crowding round
the house, as if curious to see what was to take place
there, but she did not notice this, nor that one or
two of the smaller ones winked at her. Yet a
nameless fear clutched at her heart and made her cry,
“Oh, how I wish that I wasn't going to a party
tonight!”
Even Michael, already half asleep, knew that she
was perturbed, and he asked, “Can anything harm us,
mother, after the night-lights are lit?”
“Nothing, precious,” she said; “they are the eyes a
mother leaves behind her to guard her children.”
She went from bed to bed singing enchantments
over them, and little Michael flung his arms round
her. “Mother,” he cried, “I'm glad of you.”
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JABBERWOCKY
Lewis Carroll
• 3. ‘Twas brillig, and the slithy toves
Did gyre and gimble in the wabe;
All mimsy were the borogoves,
And the mome raths outgrabe.
“Beware the Jabberwock, my son
The jaws that bite, the claws that catch!
Beware the Jubjub bird, and shun
The frumious Bandersnatch!”
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4. Finally he settled himself to read the
final rule again. He had been trained,
since earliest childhood, never to lie. It
was an integral part of the learning of
precise speech. Once, when he had
been a Four, he had said, just prior to
the midday meal at school, “I'm
starving.”
Immediately he had been taken aside
for a brief private lesson in language
precision. He was not starving, it was
pointed out.
He was hungry.
THE GIVER
Lois Lowry
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THE ROAD NOT TAKEN
Robert Frost
5. “I shall be telling this with a
sigh
Somewhere ages and ages hence:
Two roads diverged in a wood,
and I—
I took the one less traveled by,
And that has made all the
difference.”
THE WITCHES
Roald Dahl
6. “You may rrree-moof your vigs!”
snarled The Grand High Witch. She had
a peculiar way of speaking. There was
some sort of a foreign accent there,
something harsh and guttural, and she
seemed to have trouble pronouncing
the letter w. As well as that, she did
something funny with the letter r. She
would roll it round and round her
mouth like a piece of hot pork-crackling
before spitting it out.
TALES OF A FOURTH GRADE NOTHING
7. “I’m going to count to three,”
my mother told Fudge. “And then
I want you to tell me which shoes
you want.
“Ready? One two three . . .”
Fudge sat up. “Like Pee-tah's!” he
said.
I smiled. I guess the kid really
looks up to me. He even wants to
wear the same kind of shoes. But
everybody knows you can't buy
loafers for such a little guy.
Judy Blume
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8. At school, Mrs. Dickens liked
Paul's picture of the sailboat better
than my picture of the invisible castle.
At singing time she said I sang too
loud. At counting time, she said I left
out 16. Who needs 16? I could tell it
was going to be a terrible, horrible, no
good, very bad day.
ALEXANDER & THE TERRIBLE,
HORRIBLE, NO GOOD, VERY
BAD DAY
Judith Viorst
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PIGGIES
Audrey Wood
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Sometimes they're hot little
piggies, and sometimes they're
cold little piggies. Sometimes
they're clean little piggies, and
sometimes they're dirty little
piggies.
Sometimes they're good little
piggies, but not at bedtime. That's
when they skip down my tummy,
dance on my toes, then run and
hide.
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THE TEACHER FROM THE
BLACK LAGOON
10. Freddy Jones throws a
spitball. She curls her lip and
breathes fire at him. Freddy's
gone. There is just a little pile
of ashes on his desk.
“Talk about bad breath,”
giggles Eric Porter. She slithers
over, unscrews his head, and
puts it on the globe stand.
Mike Thaler
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RUNNY BABBIT
Shel Silverstein
11. Runny Babbit mot all guddy
Makin’ puddy mies,
His wamma mashed him with
the clothes
And hung him out to dry.
Toe Jurtle said, “What are
you doin’
So high agrove the bound?”
Runny Babbit sinned and
graid,
“Oh, I'm just rangin’ hound.”
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THE STINKY CHEESE MAN
AND OTHER FAIRLY
STUPID TALES
Jon Scieszka
12. Once upon a time there was a
little old woman and a little old
man who lived together in a little
old house. They were lonely. So
the little old lady decided to make
a man out of stinky cheese. She
gave him a piece of bacon for a
mouth and two olives for eyes
and put him in the oven to cook.
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POSSUM COME A’
KNOCKIN’ AT MY
DOOR
13. A possum was ascooting’ and ascramblin’ and a-danglin’.
That possum that was
knockin’ made a fool
out of me!
Nancy Van Laan
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JUMANJI
14. “Oh no,” he moaned.
“Volcano erupts, go back three
spaces.”
The room became warm and
started to shake a little. Molten
lava poured from the fireplace
opening. It hit the water on the
floor and the room filled with
steam. Judy rolled the dice and
moved ahead.
Chris Van Allsburg
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OUTSIDE OVER THERE
Maurice
15. Poor Ida, never knowing,
hugged the changeling and she
Sendak
murmured: “How I love you.”
The ice thing only dripped and
stared, and Ida mad knew goblins
had been there. “They stole my
sister away!” she cried, “To be a
nasty goblin's bride!”
Now Ida in a hurry snatched
her Mama's yellow rain cloak,
tucked her horn safe in a pocket,
and made a serious mistake.
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ONE FISH, TWO FISH,
RED FISH, BLUE FISH
16. The moon was out and
we saw some sheep. We
saw some sheep take a walk
in their sleep. By the light of
the moon, by the light of a
star, they walked all night
from near to far. I would
never walk. I would take a
car.
Dr. Seuss
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NO, DAVID!
David Shannon
17. That's enough, David!
Go to your room! Settle
down! Stop that this
instant! Put your toys
away! Not in the house,
David! I said no, David!
Davey, come here. Yes,
David, I love you.
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18. Her sister-in-law, Mrs.
Rebeccah Puddle-duck, was
perfectly willing to leave the
hatching to some one else. “I have
not the patience to sit on a nest
for twenty-eight days; and no
more have you, Jemima. You
would let them go cold; you
Beatrix
know you would!” “I wish to
hatch them all by myself,”
quacked Jemima Puddle-duck. She
tried to hide her eggs; but they
were always found and carried off.
THE TALE OF JEMIMA
PUDDLE-DUCK
Potter
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19. When
you give her the
bubbles, she’ll probably
ask you for a toy. You’ll
have to find your rubber
duck. The duck will
remind her of the farm where
she was born. She might feel
homesick and want to visit her
family. She’ll want you to come
too. She’ll look through your
closet for a suitcase.
IF YOU GIVE A
PIG A PANCAKE
Laura
Numeroff
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20. One winter morning Peter
woke up and looked out the
window. Snow had fallen
during the night. It covered
everything as far as he could
see. After breakfast he put on
his snowsuit and ran outside.
The snow was piled up very
high along the street to make a
path for walking.
THE SNOWY DAY
Ezra Jack
Keats
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I SEE A SONG
21. Ladies & Gentlemen! I see
a song. I paint music. I hear
color. I touch the rainbow,
and the deep spring in the
ground. My music talks. My
colors dance. Come, listen,
and let your imagination see
your own song.
Eric
Carle
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THE MAGIC SCHOOL BUS
INSIDE THE HUMAN BODY
22. It all began when Ms.
Fizzle showed our class a
filmstrip about the human
body. We knew trouble
was about to start,
Joanna
because we knew Ms.
Cole
Fizzle was the strangest
teacher in the school.
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CLOUDY WITH A
CHANCE OF MEATBALLS
23. In most ways, it was very much like any
other tiny town. It had a Main Street lined
with stores, houses with trees and gardens
around them, a schoolhouse, about three
hundred people, and some assorted cats
and dogs. But there were no food stores in
the town of Chewandswallow. They didn't
need any. The sky supplied all the food
they could possibly want. The only thing
that was really different about
Chewandswallow was its weather. It
came three times a day, at breakfast,
lunch, and dinner. Every thing that
everyone ate came from the sky.
Judi
Barrett
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24. She ate my homework,
bit Grandma, clawed the
curtains, damaged the dishes,
endangered the goldfish,
flooded the bathroom,
grappled with guests, hurled
hair balls at our heads,
irritated the baby, jumped on
the bed, knocked over the
lamp, loitered . . .
Nick Bruel
BAD KITTY
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25. After she finished she said,
“When you come home, first I
will look to see if you are safe
and sound, but then I will look
to see if you still have your
snow-white mittens.” So off
Nicki went. And it wasn't long
until one of his new mittens
dropped in the snow and was
left behind.
THE MITTEN
Jan
Brett
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STREGA NONA
Tomie de Paola
26. And Big Anthony sang,
Bubble bubble pasta pot
Boil me some pasta, nice and hot
I’m hungry and it’s time to sup
Boil enough pasta to fill me up.
And sure enough, the pot bubbled
and boiled and began to fill up
with pasta.
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THE PRINCESS AND THE PEA
27. There was a princess
standing outside, but oh
dear, she was in such a
state, what with the rain
and the terrible storm!
Water was dripping from
her hair and her clothes,
running in at the toes of her
shoes and out at the heels
again. But she said she was a
real princess.
Hans Christian Andersen
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HARRY POTTER AND THE
GOBLET OF FIRE
28. Remember, if the time should
come when you have to make a
choice between what is right
J.K.
and what is easy, remember what
happened to a boy who was
good, and kind, and brave,
because he strayed across the
path of Lord Voldemort.
Remember Cedric Diggory.
Rowling
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ANSWERS!!!!
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Louisa May Alcott, Little Women
J.M. Barrie, Peter Pan
Lewis Carroll, Jabberwocky
Lois Lowry, The Giver
Robert Frost, The Road Not
Taken
6. Roald Dahl, The Witches
7. Judy Blume, Tales of a Fourth
Grade Nothing
8. Judith Viorst, Alexander and the
Horrible, Terrible, No Good, Very
Bad Day
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More answers!!!
9. Audrey Wood, Piggies
10. Mike Thaler, Teacher From the
Black Lagoon
11. Shel Silverstein, Runny Babbit
12. Jon Scieszka, Stinky Cheese Man
13. Nancy Van Laan, Possum Come
A-Knockin’ at My Door
14. Chris Van Allsburg, Jumanji
15. Maurice Sendak, Outside Over
There
16. Dr. Seuss, One Fish, Two Fish,
Red Fish, Blue Fish
17. David Shannon, No, David!
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Even more answers . . .
18. Beatrix Potter, The Tale of
Jemima Puddleduck
19. Laura Numeroff, If You Give a Pig
a Pancake
20. Ezra Jack Keats, The Snowy Day
21. Eric Carle, I See A Song
22. Joanna Cole, Magic School Bus
Inside the Human Body
23. Judi Barrett, Cloudy With a
Chance of Meatballs
24. Nick Bruel, Bad Kitty
25. Jan Brett, The Mitten
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This is the end
26. Tomie de Paola, Strega Nona
27. Hans Christian Anderson, The
Princess and the Pea
28. J.K. Rowling, Harry Potter and
the Goblet of Fire
BONUS!!!! What book and author
is this quote from?:
“The night Max wore his wolf suit
and made mischief of one kind and
another . . .”
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