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LITTLE MR. WOFFLES
" I won't hurt you," said Tom, who was a kind-hearted boy, and very fond of rabbits. " I just want to know if you have seen Greeneyes and my sister."
" Ooh! " said the rabbit, with a squeak, sitting down in a small rock­ing chair. "I haven't seen Greeneyes to-day, and I don't want to. Nasty, bad-tempered creature! What do you want him for? Are you a friend of his ? "
" No," said Tom. " But I'm sure he's gone off with my sister Bessie, and I want to rescue her."
" Well, I heard someone shouting out " Help! ' next door," said Mr. Woffles, taking off his spectacles and rubbing them well. " I expect he's taken her to help his wife mind all their children. He's got fifteen boys and girls, all green-eyed little goblins like himself, and his wife is always asking him to get a nursemaid for her, but he can't. So I expect he's taken your sister."
" But there's nobody next door at all," said Tom puzzled. " Anyway,
Up he flew, and held on to his broomstick in delight.
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