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41 Illustrated Children's Stories from Enid Blyton

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THE TALE OF CHUCKLE AND PIP
" Well, Your Majesty, it did" said Fairy Trip. " Just as we came to the gate it poured down! "
" Yes—by that big tree," said Mr. Spink. " We had to go and buy umbrellas."
" It was raining as we passed under that tree too," said some one else.
" And it started just as I got there too," said Dame Thump. " But it didn't seem to be raining anywhere else."
The King looked more and more surprised. " Well," he said, " this is astonishing. First of all, I say that it could not rain to-day, because I made a spell against rain. And then you say that it only rained under that
Not at all impossible, Your Majesty," said Longbeard.
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