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Once when some one gave Bessie Bell a little round red apple she caught her breath very quickly and her little heart jumped and then thumped very loudly (that is the way it seemed to her) and she remembered: Little apple trees all just alike, and little apple trees in rows all just alike on top of those and again on top of those until they came to a great row of big round red apples on top of all. And one time Bessie Bell was at a pretty house and somebody sat her on a little low chair and asked her to keep still. She kept still so long that at last she began to be afraid to move at all, and she got afraid even to crook up her little finger for fear it would pop off loud, —she had kept still so long that all her round little fingers and her round little legs felt so stiff.

RELEASED
1868
1 January
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
38
Pages
PUBLISHER
Public Domain
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21.6
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