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If combined with much attention to voice and enunciation in the recital of poetry, and with much good reading aloud by the teacher, they will go far toward setting a standard and developing good habit. But their provinces must not be confused or overestimated. I trust I may be pardoned for offering a caution or two to the enthusiastic advocate of these methods, -- cautions the need of which -xxxvi- has been forced upon me, in experience with schools. A teacher who uses the oral story as an English feature with little children must never lose sight of the fact that it is an aid in unconscious development; not a factor in studied, conscious improvement.
She was so great, so majestic, that men and animals were awe-struck at the sight; the trees and the grasses bowed before her; yet all the earth-creatures felt that she meant them well. ``Yes, I will help you,'' cried the Cloud once more. '' As she said the words a wonderful light glowed from her heart, the sound of thunder -7- rolled through the sky, and a love greater than words can tell filled the Cloud; down, down, close to the earth she swept, and gave up her life in a blessed, healing shower of rain.
THE COCK-A-DOO-DLE-DOO1 A very little boy made this story up ``out of his head,'' and told it to his papa I think you littlest ones will like it; I do. Once upon a time there was a little boy, and he wanted to be a cock-a-doo-dle-doo So he was a cock-a-doo-dle-doo. And he wanted to fly up into the sky. So he did fly up into the sky. And he wanted to get wings and a tail. So he did get some wings and a tail.  From ``The Ignominy of being Grown Up,'' by Dr. Samuel M. Crothers, in the Atlantic Monthly for July, 1906.
50 Stories to Tell to Children by Bryant S.C.