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Tales Of Fun and Fancy By Mrs M.H.Spielmann.

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CHAPTER IV
THE LOST CATSEYE
Something was in their path; the Twins stooped to examine it and found it to be a Hedgehog standing on its hind legs, motionless, as though waiting for somebody, and a smile was upon the face of that Hedgehog. All at once a Porcupine sprung up beside it, as if out of the earth, and the two appeared on the very best of terms.
" I must get to know what they are talking about," exclaimed Dulcie. " They seem to me to be arguing about something interesting. Oh, I do wish I could be all ears and understand them! If only I were something as small as a mole!" Before Cyril could remonstrate a mole she was, went off blindly, and was quickly lost to view amongst the thick brushwood.
" I say! I do call that mean," he complained. " Without even so much as asking my advice or saying good-bye. It's silly to become a stupid mole; it's a waste of a catseye. And all on ac­count of a beastly spikey hedgehog and a beastly
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