The PINK FAIRY BOOK - online childrens book

Illustrated classic fairy tales for children by Andrew Lang

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cries. As he turned a corner the little hare cut off both his ears, so that they should not know him, and pretended to be working at a grindstone which lay there.
The hyaenas soon came up to him and said, ' Tell me, friend, have you seen the little hare go by?'
' No, I have seen no one.'
' Where can he be ?' said the hyaenas one to another. ' Of course, this creature is quite different, and not at all like the little hare.' Then they went on their way, but, finding no traces of the little hare, they returned sadly to their village, saying, ' To think we should have allowed ourselves to be swept away by a wretched creature like that! '
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