A-Apple-Pie & Other Nursery Tales

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The Three Bears.
smallest of the three was their little darling. Tiny. Before going out. Mammy Muff put the nice soup she had made for dinner on a great chest in the parlour to cool; as they were very hungry, they meant to be back in a short time.
When Silver-Locks went into the house, she soon found by the smell that something nice had been cooked. On going into the parlour, sure enough she saw there three jars smoking away: the ^Irst, a very large one, for Mr. Bruin; Ae next of middling size, for Mammy Muff; and the smallest of all was Tiny's jar; and in each of them was a wooden spoon. The little busy-body now went