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Identifier: justsostoriesforkipling (find matches)
Title: Just so stories for litle children
Year: 1902 (1900s)
Authors: Kipling, Rudyard, 1865-1936
Subjects: Animals
Publisher: New York, Doubleday, Page & company
Contributing Library: Information and Library Science Library, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Digitizing Sponsor: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

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o Ihavent drawn them. The little house up the hill is All-the-House-there-was. The Eldest Magician made it to show the Man how to makehouses when he wanted to. The Snake round that spiky hill is All-theSnake-there-was, and he is talking to All-the-Monkey-there-was, and theMonkey is being rude to the Snake, and the Snake is being rude to theMonkey. The Man is very busy talking to the Eldest Magician. TheLittle Girl Daughter is looking at Pau Amma as he runs away. Thathumpy thing in the water in front is Pau Amma. He wasnt a commonCrab in those days. He was a King Crab. That is why he looks differ-ent. The thing that looks like bricks that the Man is standing in, is theBig Miz-Maze. When the Man has done talking with the EldestMagician he will walk in the Big Miz-Maze, because he has to. Themark on the stone under the Mans foot is a magic mark; and downunderneath I have drawn the three Magic Flowers all mixed up with theMagic Cloud. All this picture is Big Medicine and Strong Magic. 174
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175 The Crab that Played 177 Payah kun, said the Eldest Magician; andhe breathed upon the bare patch where she hadeaten, and upon the place where she had satdown, and one became the great Indian Desert,and the other became the Desert of Sahara, andyou can look them out on the map. He went West, and he found All-the-Beaver-there-was making a beaver-dam across the mouthsof broad rivers that had been got ready for him. 1 Kun f said All-the-Beaver-there-was. Payah kun, said the Eldest Magician; andhe breathed upon the fallen trees and the stillwater, and they became the Everglades inFlorida, and you may look them out on themap. Then he went South and found All-the-Turtle-there-was scratching with his flippers inthe sand that had been got ready for him, andthe sand and the rocks whirled through the airand fell far off into the sea. Kun f said All-the-Turtle-there-was. Payah kun said the Eldest Magician; andhe breathed upon the sand and the rocks, wherethey had fallen in the sea, and they b

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