By Geoffrey Trease
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Frog climbed the ladder and took the box down from the shelf. He cut the string and opened the box. 39 Frog took the box outside. " Birds came from everywhere. They picked up all the cookies in their beaks and flew away. "Now we have no more cookies to eat," said Toad sadly. " "You may keep it all, Frog," said Toad. " Dragons and Giants Frog and Toad were reading a book together. "The people in this book are brave," said Toad. " "I wonder if we are brave," said Frog. Frog and Toad looked into a mirror.
Frog got a ladder. He put the box up on a high shelf. "There," said Frog. " 38 "But we can climb the ladder and take the box down from the shelf and cut the string and open the box," said Toad. "That is true," said Frog. Frog climbed the ladder and took the box down from the shelf. He cut the string and opened the box. 39 Frog took the box outside. " Birds came from everywhere. They picked up all the cookies in their beaks and flew away. "Now we have no more cookies to eat," said Toad sadly. " "You may keep it all, Frog," said Toad.
There was no answer. Toad looked out into the theater. Frog was so small that he could not be seen or heard. " There was still no answer. " cried Toad. Then the voice said, "THE GREATEST TOAD WILL NOW . " screamed Toad. " Toad was spinning in the dark. "Come back, Frog," he shouted. " 60 "I am right here," said Frog. Frog was standing near Toad's bed. "Wake up, Toad," he said. " said Toad. "Of course it is me," said Frog. " asked Toad. 62 "Yes, I think so," said Frog. Toad looked at the sunshine coming through the window.
Missing from Home by Geoffrey Trease