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Snapp. three little boys who lived in Sweden. As they passed a shop window. and high brown boots. It was snowing hard.” said Snapp. .” said Snurr. “Look at that bright yellow sled!” “It’s as yellow as gold. The three boys stood looking in the window. and Snurr.S nipp. “It is long enough for three boys just our size to ride on at the very same time. “Look at that steering wheel! Couldn’t we have fun!” The three boys stood looking in the window. each wishing for the bright yellow sled—more than for anything else in the world. Each boy had on his warmest red cap and red sweater. Snipp said. were on their way home from school one winter afternoon.
Snapp said. “That’s a good idea. “It’s as yellow as gold. and Snurr ran home. it would cost a lot.” said Snipp. They found Mother drying dishes.A s they turned away from the window and walked slowly down the street. Snipp. .” said Snipp. Snapp. “Let’s hurry home and ask her. “Mother dear.” said Snipp. where they found Mother drying dishes.” said Snapp.” said Snapp. we have seen a bright yellow sled.” said Snurr. “Let’s ask Father to buy it for us. They went into the house and straight to the kitchen.” “You know. “Just think how much money he spent for our new winter boots.” “We’d better ask Mother to help us earn it.
Snipp yawned. “We thought maybe you could tell us a way to earn it.” said Snipp.” After a long talk it was decided that Snipp should be the first one to get up each morning to put on the teakettle. and hopped out of bed. stretched. and hopped out of bed. stretched.” said Snurr. . Early the next morning Snipp yawned. He ran to the kitchen and put the teakettle on. Mother thought a moment. smiling.I t has a steering wheel. I am sure Father and I will feel that you have earned enough money for the sled. Then she said. “If you will help me in every way you can for two weeks. thinking all the while about the bright yellow sled. “and it is long enough so we could all ride together.” “How nice!” said Mother.
butter. Snapp. “When we get the yellow sled we can bring the groceries home on it. Snapp came in the door. “How glad I am that Snapp has gone to the store. and Snurr hurried home from school the next day.S nipp. He carried a loaf of bread under his arm. They were ready to help Mother. salt.” said Mother. . “This basket is heavy!” Snapp came in the door. Snipp sat down to peel the potatoes.” said Snapp. The basket he carried was full of packages—tea. sugar.” As she spoke. “Now I won’t have to go out. Snurr stirred the soup on the stove so that it would not burn. Snapp went to the store with the big market basket to buy all the things on Mother’s list.
brush. soap. Perhaps he only stumbled over the long handle of the brush. Mother asked Snurr to scrub the back stairs. so your work is half done!” Snipp helped Snurr wipe the stairs dry after they were scrubbed clean. Perhaps the soap slipped out of his hand and he tried to catch it. He found soap and a scrub brush with a long handle. Then he started up the back stairs. Perhaps the pail was too full. But down the stairs he tumbled. with the bucket. now the stairs are wet. . all things are hard in the beginning!” Snapp said. He filled the pail with warm water. she said. Snurr. “Never mind. “Well. and water! When Mother saw he wasn’t hurt. But down the stairs he tumbled.E arly Saturday morning.
Books everywhere! . “Please dust the books in the library. Snurr sat on the ladder reading.” “What fun!” said Snapp. Mother left them dusting books and talking about the yellow sled while she went to tea with friends. First take each book down from the shelf. Wipe it carefully with this clean.T hat afternoon Mother said. Snipp lay flat on the floor reading. Snapp stood near the table reading. When she came home at nearly sunset. When the shelves are empty. Then put each book back where you found it. as he began handing down the books from the highest shelves to Snipp. she found books everywhere! There were books on the floor and books on the tables and chairs. soft cloth. dust them.
up and down. He used plenty of soap.” he said to himself. He rubbed the stockings hard. I didn’t know we had so many stockings. “I must tell Snipp and Snapp not to get mud on their stockings. He rubbed them on the right side. He rubbed the stockings hard. up and down. Then he washed out all the soap and water and hung them up to dry.” said Snurr to himself. The stockings were very dirty. Snipp and Snapp put the books back on the shelves. “My. . He turned them and washed them carefully on the wrong side. Snurr washed the brown stockings that the three boys always wore with their high brown boots.B ut the next day. Snurr got the washboard.
T he very first day of the week was Mother’s birthday. and Snurr hurried home from school. “Let’s go in now to wish Mother happy birthday. Mother!” said the three little boys. Snurr placed the birthday cake which Father had bought on the cake plate. Snapp put the teakettle on to make tea.” Snipp opened the door. he said. Snipp rushed out to buy flowers. “Happy birthday. . “I’ll come next with the tea. When Snipp came home with the flowers. Snipp. Snipp opened the door.” “You go first with the flowers. Snurr can carry the birthday cake. “This is indeed a happy birthday!” replied Mother.” said Snapp. Snapp.
Shall we go to the store today?” “Yes. “You boys have helped me in every way I have asked.” Snurr quickly added. Then they all went to the shop. Snipp. let’s!” said Snipp. Mother put on her hat and coat. looking in the window.O ne bright Saturday morning. . You have earned the yellow sled. Mother said. “That’s fine. Of course they wore their high boots. Then they all went down the street to the shop where the yellow sled was for sale. “Thank you. Mother!” said Snapp. The three boys had their warmest red caps and red sweaters. and Snurr stood outside. Snapp. When they reached the store. Mother went in.
“What about giving him our yellow sled?” he asked. “He can’t. He was crying. “I want that sled so very much.” Snipp turned to Snapp and Snurr. Near the window stood a little boy. “It’s worth all the work.” answered the boy.J ust think. Suddenly the boys heard a sound. “What’s the matter?” asked Snipp. . “We don’t have enough money. “Won’t we have fun?” said Snapp.” he said.” “Won’t your father buy you a sled?” asked Snapp. it’s ours!” said Snipp. Near the window stood a little boy.” said Snurr. They turned to look. “I’ve never had a sled.
Snipp. “we are big boys.” she said.” When Mother understood.” said Snurr. Snapp. Mother came out of the shop. Snipp.” said Snapp. Then Snapp gave him a push—and away he went on the bright yellow sled! Away he went on the bright yellow sled! . “Here is your sled. “Mother. and Snurr helped the little boy get on the sled.” said Snapp. and we have learned to work. she took all four boys to the top of a snowy hill.” “Mother. Snapp.” “Yes. and Snurr. The boys looked at each other. Then Snipp said. we are big boys. “may we work to earn another sled? We would like to give ours to this little boy.H e’s too little to earn enough money for a sled.
when the three boys were doing all the things that Mother asked. “Do you remember how happy that little boy looked on the bright yellow sled?” And Snipp. and Snurr went to work to earn a second bright yellow sled. “Thank you! Oh.” said the little boy after every ride. We will have such good times. Each boy went to work. Snipp. . Snapp. For the next two weeks. Snapp. thank you. That bright yellow sled will be the most wonderful thing we’ve ever had. too.” At last the three boys and Mother went home. “My brothers and sisters thank you. and Snurr were happy. one would say to the other. too.W hat fun the boys had on the hillside.
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