Wee Peter Pug - The Story of a Bit of Mischief and What Came of It
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Wee Peter Pug - The Story of a Bit of Mischief and What Came of It

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Title: Wee Peter Pug  The Story of a Bit of Mischief and What Came of It
Author: Ernest Aris
Release Date: July 5, 2006 [EBook #18760]
Language: English
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Wee Peter Pug
by
 
 
 
 
Ernest Aris
The
Saalfield Publishing Company
Chicago Akron, Ohio New York
PRINTED IN U. S. A.
Wee
Peter Pug
 
 
The Story
Of A Bit Of Mischief And
What Came Of It
Wee Peter Pug
My Dame has lost her shoe and knows not where to find it.
 
ow if you had seen the eager smile on the face of Wee Peter Pug you might have suspected that he had something to do with the loss of Dame’s shoe—and you would have been right. What pup could have resisted such a nice red fluffy shoe?
 
 
So he marched with it triumphantly into the garden
and hid it behind the lawn roller.
 
 
Feeling very proud, Wee Peter trotted off to tell his chum, Nigger, the black kitten, all about his little joke. “What do you think I’ve done?” he cried.
“I’ve hidden the Dame’s shoe!”
“Surely not!” cried Nigger. “How funny!”
And she shook with laughter.
 
 
 
t the other end of the garden was Mrs. Hen with her chicks.
“Let’s come and
tell
her,”
suggested
 
 
Nigger, and off they went.
“Such a lark!” cried Wee Peter. “I’ve Dame’s shoe!”
Mrs. Hen’s angry cackle-cackle turned merry one.
“What fun!” she cried, and
“What fun!” squeaked the little chicks.
 
hidden the
into
a
very
 
All three ran eagerly down the pathway until they came across Sir Cockerel perched in a dignified attitude on the fence.
“What do you think?” asked Mrs. Hen, who, being the eldest, thought she was entitled to speak first; but before she could open her mouth Wee Peter Pug cried, “I’ve hidden the Dame’s shoe!”
“What a splendid joke!” exclaimed Sir Cockerel.
“Does Mrs. Duck know?” asked Sir Cockerel.
“No, let’s see if we can find her,” said Wee Peter.
 
 
“What’s all the excitement about?” demanded Mrs. Duck when she saw them coming to the lakeside.
“I’ve hidden the Dame’s shoe,” said Peter.
Mrs. Duck quacked uproariously.
“I’ve never heard anything so funny!” she declared.
Mrs. Duck waddled ashore. “We must tell somebody else,” said she.
 
 
At that moment Billy Rabbit poked his inquisitive nose through the hedge.