The Sparrow | The Doll Coloring Book

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Book for your dolls.

Assemble a book the size of a small doll: To the left, is an illustration of a haired sparrow. 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.

Sparrow is an Englishman, I’m told,
His manners are blunt and daring.
The other birds will go away with him,
But he says: “No, I came to stay.”

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Why does the sparrow live in the city

doctor. ROOK and his wife were out walking, “Who-oo-op!” A voice came from a tree above their heads. “That’s a pair of blues! Hooray!” Now, Dr. Rock and Mrs. Rock were very attractive birds, but that was no excuse for the Sparrow to be so rude—for it was Sparrow who spoke. His full name was Jack Sparrow. Dr. Rock stopped motionless, put on his hat and umbrella, raised his paw, and said hoarsely, “Mark my words, wife, this young man is going to come to a bad end.” And so he did.
All this happened when the sparrow was one of the people of the forest. Now, as you know, it does not live in the deep forests, but it stays near cities and towns where it can easily catch food. Living this way is a disgrace to Birddom. So this is how shame came about.
Jack Sparrow and Tom Tate were talking one morning, as birds do, about their adventures, and Jack was saying how he was not afraid of anyone, and all the rest, when Tom Tate said:
“Ah, but what about the eagle, Spadger?”
Jack Sparrow paused for a moment. Even he was upset at the idea; Then he said:
“Well, what about His Highness and Greatness?”
Tom Tate replied, “Well, you wouldn’t dare go and talk to him, I’ll be bound.”
“Right? Now just watch. I’m going to dine at the palace on this very day,”
Tom Tate laughed scornfully. The idea was absolutely ridiculous: eat Jack Sparrow in the palace! But Jack stuck with it, becoming more and more determined.
When it was time for dinner he said to Tom Tate, “Will you come and see me and have a little supper with the eagles? You can if you like!”
Fortunately, His Majesty the Eagle ate alone in the palace gardens, so that Jack Sparrow’s task became easier for him, since he did not have to enter the royal chambers.
Summoning all his courage, he approached the King and said, “Good day, Your Majesty!”
The eagle looked surprised. But, as he had a good sense of humor at the time (having almost finished an excellent dinner), he only bowed his head.
The little sparrow was very encouraged, and went on happily: You seem to have been enjoying a good meal, sir! Do you have a good appetite? Ha! Excellent thing – liver okay? Glad to hear that – now, I suffer terribly in this way – nothing I take seems to work for me.”
He might have seen that the eagle was starting to look displeased, but he didn’t look – he was very happy with his success so far. gold:
“Missis and the kids are alright?” (The king’s feathers begin to ruffle.) “What have you had for dinner? Don’t you mean to tell me they are bones? Now, if there’s one thing I do above all other things it’s bones. I think you might do me a few.” I hope, but I’d like to try it.’ And the foolish little bird jumped forward and pecked at the plate.
The eagle whistled loudly. In an instant the palace grounds were filled with guards—hawks, falcons, eagles, and other birds of prey—and the hapless Sparrow was a prisoner.
He was imprisoned, and the next morning the king announced that Jack Sparrow would be forever expelled from the kingdom of free birds for his insolence. Henry Altmus Company.

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