Saturday, July 18, 2015
The Three Bears of Porcupine Ridge by Jean M. Thompson/ Project Gutenberg
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“WOOF, woof, woof,” called the little black mother bear gruffly, turning over a rotten log with her snout and uncovering a fine ant’s nest.
“Woof, woof,” answered back the two round black balls of animated fur—the cubs, as they scrambled eagerly and clumsily over the log, and began to feed greedily upon their mother’s find.