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Common Books ebook date: 2009 unique ebook date: 1879 unique writer: Wilstach, Baldwin
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She thought she must have been mistaken, at first, for none of the scarecrows in Kansas ever wink; but presently the figure nodded its head to her in a friendly way. Then she climbed down from the fence and walked up to it, while Toto ran around the pole and barked. "Good day," said the Scarecrow, in a rather husky voice. " asked the girl, in wonder. " asked Dorothy. "No, for this pole is stuck up my back. " Dorothy reached up both arms and off the pole; for, lifted the figure being stuffed with straw, it was quite hght.
She closed the door, locked and put the key careAnd so, with Toto trotting fully in the pocket of her dress. along soberly behind her, she started on her journey. There were several roads near by, but it did not take her long to find the one paved with yellow brick. Within a short time she was walking briskly toward the Emerald City, her silver shoes tinkling merrily on the hard, yellow roadbed. The sun shone bright and the birds sang sweet and Dorothy did not feel nearly as bad as you might think a little girl would who had been suddenly whisked away from her own country and set down in the midst of a it, strange land.
Of course I cannot understand it," he said. "If your heads were stuffed with straw, like mine, you would probably all live in the beautiful places, and then Kansas would have no people at all. " asked the child. The Scarecrow looked at her reproachfully, and answered, "My whatever. life I has been so short that I really know nothing was only made day before yesterday. What happened in the world before that time is all unknown to me. Luckily, when the farmer made my head, one of the first things he did was to paint my ears, so that I heard what was going on.