Each and All: The Seven Little Sisters Prove Their by Jane Andrews

By Jane Andrews

Sequel to "The Seven Sisters Who live to tell the tale the around Ball That Floats within the Air." during this quantity the tales of the seven little sisters are persisted, with extra element approximately how they reside of their greatly various environments and the way they're hooked up to their sisters all over the world. appropriate for a long time 7 and up.

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Do you want to hear what the white man says to Sekomi? "We have the same kind heavenly Father. " But Sekomi is afraid. He can hardly believe it, and he answers: "It cannot be so; however much we wash ourselves, we do not become white. It cannot be that I have the same Father as Bazungu" (white man). " And now Sekomi dares to come forward and touch the hand that is held out to him in kindness, and clap his own as an act of politeness. " The Bazungu is tired and hungry, and the porridge is hot and delicious, but before eating it he gives Sekomi a piece of bright-colored cloth from one of his bales, and he also calls Manenko and puts a string of red and blue beads round her neck.

Just before sunset they find a pool of muddy water, and on its borders great heavy footmarks where the elephants have been down to drink. This will be a good camping place if they keep out of the elephants' path, for the water jars are empty, and here is a new supply to fill them for to-morrow, and also to make some porridge for supper. So the children gather sticks for a fire, and Sekomi selects a sheltered spot for the camp. But how shall they light the fire? Do you think Sekomi has any matches in his pocket?

And Georgie is right; for in that pretty, round house lies a little white baby seal, with soft hazel eyes and tiny little flippers hardly big enough to swim with as yet. And she lies there so snugly while the mother goes away for food, and gives a little call of welcome when she hears her coming up the ice entry that leads to the door. On this April day Agoonack has on her bearskin jumper and hood, and runs out on the snow beside her father, who carries his long spear in his hand. The sun is up and sends level rays across the ice, and makes the little girl think of warmth, although, if she had a thermometer, she would see that it stands at -30°; and that is colder than you have ever known it to be.

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