Words: past, reading, wrote, sitting, drink, comes, speaking
Genres: Fantasy, Romance, Childrens, SciFi, Politics, Adventure
Books: The Emerald City of Oz, Sense and Sensibility, Grimm's Fairy Tales, Youth, The Prince, Captains Courageous
Authors: L Frank Baum, Jane Austen, Grimm, Issac Asimov, Niccoli Machiavelli, Rudyard Kipling
The boar, however, had not quite hidden himself, for his ears stuck out of the bush; and when he shook one of them a little, the cat, seeing something move, and thinking it was a mouse, sprang upon it, and bit and scratched it, so that the boar jumped up and grunted, and ran away, roaring out, 'Look up in the tree, there sits the one who is to blame.' So they looked up, and espied the wolf sitting amongst the branches; and they called him a cowardly rascal, and would not suffer him to come down till he was heartily ashamed of himself, and had promised to be good friends again with old Sultan.
mama, how spiritless, how tame was Edward's manner in reading to us last night!
Half-past four came, and now they were too impatient to wait any longer.
When he comes in, I'll talk to him."
So one day Uncle Henry borrowed some money, and wrote a letter saying that if he didn't pay the money back they could take his farm for pay.
Shouldn't wonder if she only let me have a drink of water because Dad makes her.
When the viands and all the other entertainments that are usual in such banquets were finished, Oliverotto artfully began certain grave discourses, speaking of the greatness of Pope Alexander and his son Cesare, and of their enterprises, to which discourse Giovanni and others answered; but he rose at once, saying that such matters ought to be discussed in a more private place, and he betook himself to a chamber, whither Giovanni and the rest of the citizens went in after him.
They had not gone far before they saw a cat sitting in the middle of the road and making a most rueful face.
Let no one be surprised if, in speaking of entirely new principalities as I shall do, I adduce the highest examples both of prince and of state; because men, walking almost always in paths beaten by others, and following by imitation their deeds, are yet unable to keep entirely to the ways of others or attain to the power of those they imitate.