The GREEN Fairy Book - online children's book

Illustrated classic fairy tales for children by Andrew Lang

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SPINDLE, SHUTTLE, AND NEEDLE.             287
" Shuttle, weave both web and woof; Bring my love beneath my roof."
The shuttle instantly escaped from her hand and with one bound was out at the door. On the threshold it began weaving the loveliest carpet that was ever seen.
Eoses and lilies bloomed on both sides, and in the center a thicket seemed to grow with rabbits and hares running
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