THE TALE OF JOLLY ROBIN i NESTLINGS Of course, there was a time, once, when Jolly Robin was just a nestling himself. With two brothers and one sister-all of them, like him, much spotted with black- he lived in a house in one of Farmer Green's apple trees. The house was made of grass and leaves, plastered on the inside with mud, and lined with softer, finer grass, which his mother had chosen with the greatest care. But Jolly never paid much attention to r
Table of Contents
CONTENTS; 'HAPTER PAGE; I 1; II Learning to Fly 6; III The Wide, Wide World 11; IV What Jolly Did Best 16; V Laughing for Mr Crow 21; VI Tickling a Nose 26; VII A New Way to Travel 33; VIII Jolly is Left Behind 38; IX Jolly's Mistake 43; X The White Giant 48; XI What a Snowball Did 53; XII Jolly Feels Better 57; XIII , 64; xrv One or Two Blunders 69; CONTENTS ; CHAPTER ; XV Lost-A Cousin 7i; XVI Jealous Jasper Jay SO; XVII Only a Rooster i6; XVIII On Tor of the Barn 91; XIX Curious Mr Crow 96; XX The Four-Armed Man 101; XXI A Doleful Ditty 107; XXII Shocking Manners 112
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