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41 Illustrated Children's Stories from Enid Blyton

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THE TALE OF BUBBLE AND SQUEAK
As he finished his queer song the gooseberries began to swell.
legs. They grew a head on a long neck! Lo and behold, there were no green berries in the circle, but three fine grey geese, cackling loudly! The gooseberries had disappeared—the geese were there. The two brownies opened their mouths wide in astonishment and nearly fell through the hole in the hedge. So that was how Wizard Once-a-Day got his flock of beautiful geese! No wonder they all had rather green tails—that must be the remains of the gooseberries!
Once-a-Day sb'pped a loop of string round the neck of each goose and led them to the field where the others were feeding. As soon as they saw them they cackled loudly in delight, and ran to meet them.
" Well! " whispered Bubble to Squeak. " What a way to make geese!
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