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The Children's Book by  Horace E. Scudder
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THE BOYS AND THE FROGS

A Company of waggish Boys were watching some Frogs at the side of a pond, and as fast as any of them put up their heads they’d pelt them down again with stones. "Boys," says one of the Frogs, "you never consider that though this may be fun for you ‘tis death to us."


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