By Glen Keane
The Adventures of Adam Raccoon occur within the center of the Master’s wooden. Adam Raccoon, with his animal buddies, locate either probability and wonder within the woods choked with streams, waterfalls, and tall bushes. youngsters will simply relate to Adam who's playful, curious, a bit mischievous, and gentle hearted. every time Adam will get himself into hassle by way of going his personal approach, King Aren involves the rescue.
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Right," said Frog. 35 Frog put the cookies in a box. "There," he said. " "But we can open the box," said Toad. "That is true," said Frog. 36 Frog tied some string around the box. "There," he said. " "But we can cut the string and open the box," said Toad. "That is true," said Frog. 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.
He was on a stage, and he was wearing a costume. Toad looked out into the dark. Frog was sitting in the theater. " 53 Toad took a deep bow. " "TOAD WILL NOW PLAY THE PIANO VERY WELL," said the strange voice. 54 Toad played the piano, and he did not miss a note. " "No," said Frog. It seemed to Toad that Frog looked even smaller. 55 "TOAD WILL NOW WALK ON A HIGH WIRE, AND HE WILL NOT FALL DOWN," said the voice. 56 Toad walked on the high wire. " "No," peeped Frog, who looked very, very small. "TOAD WILL NOW DANCE, AND HE WILL BE WONDERFUL," said the voice.
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. " "I always do," said Frog.
Adam Raccoon and the Flying Machine by Glen Keane