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I I am an A B C. i I am an a b c, too. I The little a b c's always walk behind
the big A B C’s. i We are in more words than you. I What words are you in ? i I am in is and it and in. I I am in Indian. Indians run and
jump and shoot. i I am in Indian, too. Here I am! I I had not seen you. i All Indians have two eyes! They see
with their eyes! Ha! Ha! I So they do. Ha! Ha! i Now, may I walk with you? I Yes. I like you. You are funny. i Thank you very much.
A little old man and his wife had no
children. They wished for a little boy very much. One day the little old wife said
to the little old man: “I shall make me a Johnny Cake.”
She cut out a cookie in the shape
of a boy:
Two black currants made his eyes. · IIe was a funny little man. Ha! Ha!
Soon he was baked and out of the pan. “How lovely!" said the little old wife. “We shall eat him for supper." Thump! What was that? Johnny Cake had jumped down. Ile ran out of the house. Ilow fast he ran! The little old wife ran after him. "Johnny Cake! Johnny Cake! Stop!” But Johnny Cake did not stop. “I shall run away from you. Ha! Ha!” The little old man ran after him, too. He ran on till he came to a cow. “Johnny Cake! Stop!” cried the cow. But Johnny Cake did not stop. “ I have run away from the little old wife, The little old man. I shall run away from you! Ha! Ha!” Then the cow ran after him, too. Soon he came to some men. 6 Johnny Cake! Stop!” cried the men. But Johnny Cake did not stop. “I have run away from the little old wife, The little old man, The cow. I shall run away from you! Ha! Ha!” Then the men ran after him, too. Soon he came to a fox.