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ÉI/ÉM^NTAIRBCOURS
I^.GHOUVILI,^F.B.KRKMaN.
A.P.PEGHÇY
BLACKS
FRjBNCH SW^^SRJ^FOI^M
!•!«•3as9^«tanaa»m^9smmmm»mmaam»iimtmsmaam»tLECTURES ET EXERCICES
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F. B. KIRKMAN, B.A. Oxon.
L. CHOUVILLE
PERSE SCHOOL, CAMUUIUGE
MISS A. P. PECHEY
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1
PINSON ET LA PIELE
(i)
Le pinson et la pie sont des oiseaux. Le pinson est
bien plus beau.aussi grand qu'un moineau, mais
La pie est plus grande. Elle a un plumage blanc
noir, une longue queue. Elle est très bavarde.et et
' ' sOn dit bavard comme une pie des gens qui
parlent trop. La pie aime beaucoup les objets
brillants qu'elle dérobe pour les enfouir dans des
cachettes. Comme tous les oiseaux de la famille des
elle intelligente, quoique bavarde.Corbeaux, est très
(ii)
' ^°' Apprends-moi donc une chanson
pieDemandait la bavarde
À l'agréable et gai pinson,
Qui chantait au printemps sur l'épine fleurie.

' Allez, vous vous moquez, ma mie
;
15A gens de votre ah ! gagerais bienespèce, je
Que jamais on n'apprendra rien.
—Eh quoi ! la raison, je te prie !
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—Mais c'est que pour s'instruire et savoir bien chanter
Il faudrait pouvoir écouter,
jamais babillardEt n'écouta de sa vie.'^
' Par Mme de la Férandière.
A SOIELE VER
Le ver à soie est une chenille qui se nourrit des
feuilles de mûrier, et file un cocon de soie. Dans le
il devient chrysalide, et puis papillon. Quandcocon
FIG. I.—VER A SOIE MANGEANT UNE FEUILLE DE MURIER
celui-ci veut sortir du cocon, il le perce, et puis
5 Pour avoir la soie on dévide les'envole. cocon
Ensuite,avant la sortie du papillon. on tord les
fils et on les tisse en étoffes. La culture des vers à
dans le Midi^ de la France.soie se fait surtout
(il)
Un jour, causant entre eux, différents animaux
Louaient beaucoup le ver à soie :
' 'Quel talent,' disaient-ils, cet insecte déploie-
En composant ces fils si doux, si fins, si beaux.

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