Excerpt: ... shear them will get the whole flock.' qOn hearing this, Clutch began to exclaim on his hard fortune, and his brother who had brought him there to be hunted and devoured by wolves; but Kind, thinking that things could be no worse, caught up the shears he had thrown away in his fright, and went boldly up to the nearest wolf. To his great surprise the wild creature seemed to know him, and stood quietly to be shorn, while the rest of the flock gathered round as if waiting their turn. Kind clipped neatly, but not too close, as he had wished his brother to do with the sheep, and heaped up the hair on one side. When he had done with one, another came forward, and Kind went on shearing by the bright moonlight till the whole flock were shorn. Then the old man saidExcerpt: ... shear them will get the whole flock.
|Title||:||Granny's Wonderful Chair|
|Author||:||Frances Browne, Katharine Pyke|
|Publisher||:||Yesterday's Classics - 2007-03|