Attacked by the Fighting Trees

           WhiletheWoodmanwasmakingaladderfromwoodwhichhefoundintheforestDorothylaydownandslept,forshewastiredbythelongwalk. TheLionalsocurledhimselfuptosleepandTotolaybesidehim. 

           TheScarecrowwatchedtheWoodmanwhileheworked,andsaidtohim: 

           "Icannotthinkwhythiswallishere,norwhatitismadeof." 

           "Restyourbrainsanddonotworryaboutthewall,"repliedtheWoodman. "Whenwehaveclimbedoverit,weshallknowwhatisontheotherside." 

           Afteratimetheladderwasfinished. Itlookedclumsy,buttheTinWoodmanwassureitwasstrongandwouldanswertheirpurpose. TheScarecrowwakedDorothyandtheLionandToto,andtoldthemthattheladderwasready. TheScarecrowclimbeduptheladderfirst,buthewassoawkwardthatDorothyhadtofollowclosebehindandkeephimfromfallingoff. WhenhegothisheadoverthetopofthewalltheScarecrowsaid, "Oh,my!" 

           "Goon,"exclaimedDorothy. 

           SotheScarecrowclimbedfartherupandsatdownonthetopofthewall,andDorothyputherheadoverandcried,"Oh,my!"justastheScarecrowhaddone. 

           ThenTotocameup,andimmediatelybegantobark,butDorothymadehimbestill. 

           TheLionclimbedtheladdernext,andtheTinWoodmancamelast;butbothofthemcried,"Oh,my!" assoonastheylookedoverthewall. Whentheywereallsittinginarowonthetopofthewall,theylookeddownandsawastrangesight. 

Настройки
Фон страницы
Размер шрифта
Межстрочный интервал
Фразовые глаголы
Показать / Скрыть меню
Переводчик
Шрифт
Roboto Lora
Уведомления
Страница 134 из 153