The Pelican | The Doll Coloring Book

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Collect all the cleaned pages and scale them to make a thumbnail
Book for your dolls

Assemble a doll-sized mini book: right, is the illustration and Pelican verse. Visitors can collect all the illustrations and verses of the birds “bird children” To print and build a little book of poetry for their dolls. Simply drag each png file. In the Word document, print, cut out all the pictures to the same size and staple the pages together at the left edge. Squeeze some white school glue along the pointed edge of the pages and attach a cardboard cover.

Here is old Mr. Pelican,
He is a famous hunter.
He said: “I don’t mind getting my feet wet
If I catch enough fish to eat.”

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The swans soon laughed

Such legs! Pelican said laughing.
“What’s the matter with them?” asked the stork.
The swans said: “It’s up!”
“Why, important enough. It’s the hardest looking thing a bird has ever slept on. You can sell some of it for telegraph poles, and still have a lot of it. Or you can make it into hat pins. They’re thin enough, baby I know And they are so long that you can make dozens of hat-pins out of them. Indeed, they will do for a number of purposes; but as for the legs–ho! Ho! Ho!” And the rude swans laughed and laughed.
And the more the swans laughed, the sadder the stork seemed to be. Maybe he wasn’t really sad, but his face is so long that you’d think he felt bad about something even if he didn’t. It’s also strange, isn’t it? Because you’d assume that a bird whose job it is to fetch children from Fairyland would always be smiling, wouldn’t you? But, then, perhaps the stork does everything in it to grin, so as not to show it on its beak or in its eyes.
Now, none of the birds saw the crocodile coming out of the water until he was quite close to them, and then the stork easily got out of his way, but the pelican, with its short legs, couldn’t. In an instant the crocodile grabbed the pelican and pulled it into the water. There they fought and fought, while Mr. Stork stood and watched. But after a while, the crocodile opened its jaws to better hold it still, and then the pelican ran away. He would have walked away completely, only his legs were so short that the crocodile grabbed him by the wing and pulled him back. ” Sorry!” Turning away, said the stork, “But you’ve noticed that my legs work too well for walking!”
So the swans laughed very early. And at any rate, I am of the opinion that birds or people who desire to have fun at the expense of others should laugh, as storks do, indoors! Henry Altmus Company.

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