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**Welcome To The World of Free Plain Vanilla
Electronic Texts**

**eBooks Readable By Both Humans and By
Computers, Since 1971**

*****These eBooks Were Prepared By Thousands
of Volunteers!*****

Title: Seven O'Clock Stories

Author: Robert Gordon Anderson

Release Date: April, 2005 [EBook #7802] [Yes, we
are more than one year ahead of schedule] [This
file was first posted on May 18, 2003]

Edition: 10

Language: English

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Produced by Juliet Sutherland, William Flis, Ted
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CONTENTS

FIRST NIGHT THE THREE HAPPY CHILDREN

TSHERCEOEN DH ANPIGPYH TC THIHLED PRLEANYMATES OF THE

THIRD NIGHT NOISY FOLKS

FOURTH NIGHT JUST BEFORE SUPPER

FIFTH NIGHT THE TOYMAN

SIXTH NIGHT THE WILLOW WHISTLE

SEVENTH NIGHT MR. SCARECROW

EIGHTH NIGHT THE PRETTIEST FAIRY STORY
IN THE WORLD

NINTH NIGHT ANOTHER TRUE FAIRY STORY

TOERINOTLH EN'IS GSHTTO TRHYE HAPPY ENDING OF THE

ELEVENTH NIGHT MOTHER HEN AND ROBBER
KWAH

STTWEEPLCFHTIHL DN IAGNHDT TAHBEO LUITT TDLUE CSKHIIE PTHE

THIRTEENTH NIGHT THE TALL ENEMY

TFIONUY RRTEEIENNDTEHE RNIGHT THE SLEIGH AND THE

FMIFATNE-IENN-TTHH EN-IMGOHOT NJACK FROST AND THE

SIXTEENTH NIGHT SLOSHIN'

SEVENTEENTH NIGHT THE CIRCUS COMES TO
NWOT

EIGHTEENTH NIGHT THE JOLLY CLOWN

NINETEENTH NIGHT WIENERWURST'S BRAVE
BATTLE

TWENTIETH NIGHT THE LIONS OF THE NORTH
DNIW

ILLUSTRATIONS

"MAANND, TRHOEURNED OANN DT HFEA TH,I LWLI TSHA TA AP IJPOE LILNY HOISLD
MOUTH AND A SACK ON HIS BACK"

"THE THREE HAPPY CHILDREN LIVE IN THE
COUNTRY"

"BWY IIETNS ETRAWILU ARSNTD CBIATU IGT"HT A PRETTY PIGEON

"ATRHEE VDEURCY KFSO, NTHD EO SF WTAHNE SP, OANNDD, TBHUET GTHEEEISRE
COUSINS THINK IT A DREADFUL PLACE"

"BPLRAICMKR-OEYSEE,D DSAUISSAY,N BWUTATLEKRECD UINP,T AO NTDH EO LBDIG
"NRAB

"WOANS TRHOE ULNIND EA SNOD MSEHTINHIYN AGN WD RGIGOLGDL"ED. IT

"THE TOYMAN WORKED WITH HIS KNIFE VERY
CAREFULLY"

"S'PTOHEKRE ET, OO LMDR .W SOCOADREENC RTOOPW, ' STTHEER TNOLYY"MAN

"WTIHTEH TTHHRE ETEH HRAEPE PSYH ICNHYI LRDARKEENS "SET TO WORK

"THE ORIOLES WERE VERY HAPPY BIRDS"

"TFHAETMH TEOR AFLNYD" MOTHER ORIOLE TAUGHT

"THE EVIL EYE OF ROBBER HAWK LOOKED
DOWN AT THE FRIGHTENED WHITE
WYANDOTTES"

"STHHIPE AWNIND DO FFIFL LSEHDE TWHEE NSTA"ILS OF THE LITTLE

"ON THROUGH THE SNOW THE TALL ENEMY
MARCHED"

"BHRITOCWHNE DR ETION DTEHEE R SWLIETIGH HY EWLELROE WT HWOO RTNISN"Y

"WHIEE NHEARD WOUNRES TF"RIEND LEFT, LITTLE

"BTEHHEI NTID GTEHRE LWOIONKDEODW AS TA ANLDL DTOHOE RPSE"OPLE

"TTHHE E BTAOCYK MOAFN TSHAEW B IMGA ERLMEAPDHUAKNET "WAY UP ON

"LIQTUTILCEK WAISE NA EFRLWASUHR STTH"E BIG DOG JUMPED AT

"WHAE S WSAASFNE' TI NA TFHREA ITDO OYFM AANN'YST AHIRNMGS "WHEN HE