By Brian Abbs, Ingrid Freebairn
*Blueprint One -- for college students with very little wisdom of English *Blueprint -- for uncomplicated and pre-intermediate scholars
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Mrs. Badger and three Small Badgers. Mole and Mrs. Mole and four Small Moles. Rabbit and Mrs. Rabbit and five Small Rabbits. Weasel and Mrs. Weasel and six Small Weasels. The table was covered with chickens and ducks and geese and hams and bacon, and everyone was tucking into the lovely food. " cried Mrs. Fox, jumping up and hugging Mr. Fox. "We couldn't wait! " Then she hugged the Smallest Fox of all, and Mrs. Badger hugged Badger, and everyone hugged everyone else. Amid shouts of joy, the great jars of cider were placed upon the table, and Mr.
Along the tunnel they flew . past the turning that led to Bunce's Mighty Storehouse . . past Boggis's Chicken House Number One and then up the long home stretch towards the place where they knew Mrs. Fox would be waiting. " shouted Mr. Fox. "We'll soon be there! Think what's waiting for us at the other end! And just think what we're bringing home with us in these jars! That ought to cheer up poor Mrs. " Mr. Fox sang a little song as he ran: "Home again swiftly I glide, Back to my beautiful bride.
The woman in the cellar reached out and lifted a jar of cider from the shelf. The jar she took was next but one to the jar behind which Mr. Fox was crouching. "I'll be glad when the rotten brute is killed and strung up on the front porch," she called out. "And by the way, Mrs. " "The tail's been all shot to pieces," said the voice from upstairs. " "Of course it's ruined. " said the big woman. " "You can have the head instead, Mabel. You can get it stuffed and hang it on your bedroom wall. " "Yes, Ma'am, I'm coming," said the big woman, and she took a second jar from the shelf.