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The Magic Speech Flower or Little Luke and His Animal Friends

By Melvin Hix
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  • THE MAGIC SPEECH FLOWER
    • OR LITTLE LUKE AND HIS ANIMAL FRIENDS
      • AUTHOR OF "ONCE UPON A TIME STORIES," "UNITED STATES HISTORY FOR FIFTH YEAR," CO-AUTHOR OF "THE HORACE MANN READERS," ETC.
        • ILLUSTRATED
      • ILLUSTRATED
    • AUTHOR OF "ONCE UPON A TIME STORIES," "UNITED STATES HISTORY FOR FIFTH YEAR," CO-AUTHOR OF "THE HORACE MANN READERS," ETC.
      • ILLUSTRATED
    • ILLUSTRATED
    • ONCE-UPON-A-TIME STORIES
      • LONGMANS, GREEN, AND CO., PUBLISHERS
    • LONGMANS, GREEN, AND CO., PUBLISHERS
    • THE MAGIC SPEECH FLOWER
      • OR LITTLE LUKE AND HIS ANIMAL FRIENDS
    • OR LITTLE LUKE AND HIS ANIMAL FRIENDS
    • CONTENTS
  • THE MAGIC SPEECH FLOWER
    • I. THE FINDING OF THE MAGIC FLOWER
    • II. LITTLE LUKE AND THE BOB LINCOLNS
    • III. THE STORY OF THE SUMMER LAND
    • IV. BOB LINCOLN'S STORY OF HIS OWN LIFE
    • V. LITTLE LUKE MAKES FRIENDS AMONG THE WILD FOLK
    • VI. LITTLE LUKE AND KIT-CHEE THE GREAT CRESTED FLYCATCHER
    • VII. WHY THE KIT-CHEE PEOPLE ALWAYS USE SNAKE-SKINS IN NEST-BUILDING
    • VIII. LITTLE LUKE AND NICK-UTS THE YELLOWTHROAT
    • IX. WHY MOTHER MO-LO THE COWBIRD LAYS HER EGGS IN OTHER BIRDS' NESTS
    • X. THE STORY OF O-PEE-CHEE THE FIRST ROBIN
    • XI. HOW THE ROBIN'S BREAST BECAME RED
    • XII. HOW THE BEES GOT THEIR STINGS
    • XIII. THE STORY OF THE FIRST SWALLOWS
    • XIV. LITTLE LUKE AND A-BAL-KA THE CHIPMUNK
    • XV. HOW A-BAL-KA GOT HIS BLACK STRIPES
    • XVI. HOW A-BAL-KA THE CHIPMUNK HELPED MEN
    • XVII. LITTLE LUKE AND MEE-KO THE RED SQUIRREL
    • XVIII. THE STORY OF THE FIRST RED SQUIRRELS
    • XIX. HOW THE RED SQUIRREL BECAME SMALL
    • XX. LITTLE LUKE AND MOTHER MIT-CHEE THE RUFFLED PARTRIDGE
    • XXI. WHY THE FEATHERED FOLK RAISE THEIR HEADS WHEN THEY DRINK
    • XXII. LITTLE LUKE AND FATHER MIT-CHEE
    • XXIII. THE STORY OF THE FIRST PARTRIDGE
    • XXIV. WHY PARTRIDGES DRUM
    • XXV. MOTHER WA-POOSE AND OLD BOZE THE HOUND
    • XXVI. MOTHER WA-POOSE AND OLD KLAWS THE HOUSE CAT
    • XXVII. THE RABBIT DANCE
    • XXVIII. WHY THE WILD FOLK NO LONGER TALK THE MAN-TALK
    • XXIX. THE TALE OF SUN-KA THE WISE DOG
    • XXX. HOW THE DOG'S TONGUE BECAME LONG
    • XXXI. THE STORY OF THE FAITHFUL DOG
      • THE HORACE MANN READERS
      • FEATURES OF THE HORACE MANN READERS
      • APPRECIATIVE LETTERS ABOUT THE HORACE MANN READERS
      • PHONOGRAM CARDS FOR USE WITH THE HORACE MANN READERS
        • Designed for Rapid Phonic Drills and for Rapid Word Building
        • THE PRIMER SET
        • THE FIRST READER SET
      • Designed for Rapid Phonic Drills and for Rapid Word Building
      • THE PRIMER SET
      • THE FIRST READER SET
      • WORD-CARDS FOR USE WITH THE HORACE MANN PRIMER
    • THE HORACE MANN READERS
    • FEATURES OF THE HORACE MANN READERS
    • APPRECIATIVE LETTERS ABOUT THE HORACE MANN READERS
    • PHONOGRAM CARDS FOR USE WITH THE HORACE MANN READERS
      • Designed for Rapid Phonic Drills and for Rapid Word Building
      • THE PRIMER SET
      • THE FIRST READER SET
    • Designed for Rapid Phonic Drills and for Rapid Word Building
    • THE PRIMER SET
    • THE FIRST READER SET
    • WORD-CARDS FOR USE WITH THE HORACE MANN PRIMER
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