Polly's Pink





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Polly was sitting under a big apple tree in a
big barn. He was trying to read his new pink
book. But alas! Polly couldn’t read.

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Daffy duck came by. “Polly, you look sad!”
said Daffy.
“I know how to read, but I can’t read my new
pink book,” cried Polly.
“Can you see those little fish in the pond?”
asked Daffy.
“No, I can’t,” said Polly.
“Oh! May be you need glasses, just like me,”
advised Daffy.

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Polly hurried home and got his glasses. But
that didn’t help.

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Lizzy sheep came by. “Why do you look so
unhappy?” asked Lizzy.
“I know how to read but I can’t read this
book. Not even with my glasses,” said Polly.
“It’s very noisy here,” said Lizzy. “The
watchdog is barking. The cow is mooing. The
rooster is crowing. Find a quiet place.”

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Polly sat under another apple tree. It was
quiet here. But that didn’t help either.
Marsha cow came by. “You don’t look
happy,” she said.
“I know how to read, but
I can’t read this book.
Not even with my
glasses. Not even in
a quiet place,” said
Polly.

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“I’m sorry, Polly,” Marsha said, “I cannot
help you. I cannot read. But I love to listen to
stories.”

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Suddenly, a big apple fell on Polly’s head.
“Ouch!” said Polly. A ladybird came by. She
called out to Polly, “You are holding the book
upside down, Polly.”
Polly turned the book around. “I can read
now! Thank you, ladybird,” said
Polly happily.

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Polly read out the story from his new pink book.
Marsha cow and ladybird enjoyed listening to
the story.
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Lar g

Mudit Mohini

Print
e



Polly was sitting under a big apple tree in a
big barn. He was trying to read his new pink
book. But alas! Polly couldn’t read.

2

3



Daffy duck came by. “Polly, you look sad!”
said Daffy.
“I know how to read, but I can’t read my new
pink book,” cried Polly.
“Can you see those little fish in the pond?”
asked Daffy.
“No, I can’t,” said Polly.
“Oh! May be you need glasses, just like me,”
advised Daffy.

4

5



Polly hurried home and got his glasses. But
that didn’t help.

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7



Lizzy sheep came by. “Why do you look so
unhappy?” asked Lizzy.
“I know how to read but I can’t read this
book. Not even with my glasses,” said Polly.
“It’s very noisy here,” said Lizzy. “The
watchdog is barking. The cow is mooing. The
rooster is crowing. Find a quiet place.”

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9



Polly sat under another apple tree. It was
quiet here. But that didn’t help either.
Marsha cow came by. “You don’t look
happy,” she said.
“I know how to read, but
I can’t read this book.
Not even with my
glasses. Not even in
a quiet place,” said
Polly.

10

11



“I’m sorry, Polly,” Marsha said, “I cannot
help you. I cannot read. But I love to listen to
stories.”

12

13



Suddenly, a big apple fell on Polly’s head.
“Ouch!” said Polly. A ladybird came by. She
called out to Polly, “You are holding the book
upside down, Polly.”
Polly turned the book around. “I can read
now! Thank you, ladybird,” said
Polly happily.

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Polly read out the story from his new pink book.
Marsha cow and ladybird enjoyed listening to
the story.
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1371/1


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