The Light Princess And Other Stories Classic Fairytales

Includes The Giant's Heart & the Shadows, By George MacDonald

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126                THE GIANTS HEART.
our time. I think it's moonlight, and we had better be off. There's a door with a hole for the cat just behind us."
" All right," said Bob; " I'm ready."
So they got out of the broom-brake and crept to the door. But to their great disappointment, when they got through it, they found themselves in a sort of shed. It was full of tubs and things, and, though it was built of wood only, they could not find a crack.
"Let us try this hole," said Tricksey; for the giaivt and giantess were sleeping behind them, and they dared not go back.
"All right," said Bob.
He seldom said anything else than All right.
Now this hole was in a mound that came in through the wall of the shed, and went along the floor for some distance. They crawled into it, and found it very dark. But groping their way
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