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    《西方家庭学校原版教材与经典读本?英国学生文学读本1》目录:
    01 SANDY BEACH 1
    02 PUSSY WHITE FOOT 4
    03 THE LITTLE SWANS' LESSON 6
    04 IN THE WOODS 9
    05 WHICH? (Ⅰ) 11
    06 WHICH? (Ⅱ) 13
    07 LONG TIME AGO 15
    08 THE SHEEP 17
    09 THE SEA 20
    10 FRANK'S LETTER TO HIS DOG 23
    11 THE CROWS AND THE WIND-MILL 25
    12 OUT OF HARM'S WAY 28
    13 THE LITTLE BUILDERS (Ⅰ) 30
    14 THE LITTLE BUILDERS (Ⅱ) 33
    15 THE EVENING STAR 37
    16 A RIDE IN A TRAM-CAR 40
    17 AMONG THE HAY 43
    18 POOR DOLLY! 46
    19 THE FISHERMAN'S CHILDREN 48
    20 RABBITS 51
    21 THE LITTLE CARPENTER 54
    22 THE HONEY-BEE'S SONG 57
    23 HOW POLL WAS FOUND 60
    24 ELEPHANT STORIES 63
    25 TABBY 66
    26 MOUSIE CAUGHT 69
    27 PUSSY AND MAY 73
    28 PEEPSIE 76
    29 SALT 79
    30 A PICNIC IN THE WOODS 82
    31 A STORY OF AN APPLE 85
    32 THE BIRDS' NEST (Ⅰ) 87
    33 THE BIRDS' NEST (Ⅱ) 90
    34 THE LOST LETTERS 92
    35 FATHER'S PAPER 96
    36 HOP O' MY THUMB (Ⅰ) 99
    37 HOP O' MY THUMB (Ⅱ) 104
    38 HOP O' MY THUMB (Ⅲ) 108
    39 HOP O' MY THUMB (Ⅳ) 111
    40 LITTLE SAILORS 115
    41 LOST—THREE LITTLE BIRDIES 118
    42 I WONDER 119
    43 A RHYME FOR LITTLE FOLKS 121
    44 NELL AND THE BIRD 123
    45 THE SHINING WEB 125
    46 FREDDIE AND THE CHERRIES 128
    47 A LITTLE BOY 130
    48 DO YOUR BEST 132
    49 GOOD NIGHT AND GOOD MORNING 133
    50 THE TWO LITTLE KITTENS 135
    《西方家庭学校原版教材与经典读本?英国学生文学读本2》目录:
    01 WHAT IS FEAR? 1
    02 “BRAVE AS A LION; GENTLE AS A LAMB.” 4
    03 CLIMBING 7
    04 THE BEAR AND THE KETTLE 9
    05 THE SNAIL (Ⅰ) 12
    06 THE SNAIL (Ⅱ) 16
    07 HIDE AND SEEK 20
    08 THE MAGPIE AND THE BIRDS 23
    09 WILLIE'S CHRISTMAS PRESENT 26
    10 THE MAGIC OF SILENCE 30
    11 MY BOAT 34
    12 WORKING DOGS 37
    13 THE STORY OF MUSSENTOUCHIT 41
    14 THE SEAL 45
    15 NATURE'S STORY-BOOK 49
    16 SWINGING 53
    17 STORIES OF MONKEYS 57
    18 TIME AND TIDE WAIT FOR NO MAN 61
    19 “HERRING, FRESH HERRING.” 64
    20 THEY DIDN'T THINK 67
    21 THE INDIAN AND HIS DOG 70
    22 HONESTY 74
    23 SUGAR 78
    24 WHAT ARE YOU? 82
    25 UNCLE PHIL'S STORY 84
    26 PICK, SHOVEL, AND SPEAR 88
    27 HOW LONG IT TAKES 92
    28 SUNNY SUMMER 96
    29 COCOA-NUTS 99
    30 A RUN AWAY RIDE 103
    31 ABOUT FIRES 107
    32 THE BROWN THRUSH 111
    33 A RAILWAY TRAIN 113
    34 SELFISH SAMBO 118
    35 A YOUNG HERO 121
    36 THE SNOW-FLAKE'S SONG 125
    37 A WALRUS HUNT 127
    38 CAMPING OUT 131
    39 FILLING A BASKET WITH WATER 136
    40 TIME ENOUGH 140
    41 THE WATER BABY (Ⅰ) 143
    42 THE WATER BABY (Ⅱ) 147
    43 THE WATER BABY (Ⅲ) 150
    44 THREE LITTLE CHICKS 155
    45 SOMETHING FOR CHILDREN 158
    46 WYNKEN, BLYNKEN, AND NOD 160
    47 SUPPOSE! 162
    48 WE ARE SEVEN 164
    49 THE CHILD'S FIRST GRIEF 167
    《西方家庭学校原版教材与经典读本?英国学生文学读本3》目录:
    01 BIRD OR BEAST? 1
    02 “EVERGREEN.” 5
    03 WISHES 9
    04 GAMBETTA AND HIS DOG 11
    05 THE LARK AND HER YOUNG ONES 14
    06 INDUSTRY 18
    07 THE BANYAN-TREE 22
    08 A HEROIC BROTHER 26
    09 “WANTED—A BOY.” 29
    10 HOW A DOG SAVED A SHIP'S CREW 31
    11 FABLES 35
    12 THE NAIL-MAKER 40
    13 TRIPPING INTO TOWN 43
    14 HOW BIRDS USE THEIR BILLS 45
    15 A ROGUE OUTWITTED 49
    16 THE MAN IN THE BOY 53
    17 BE CAREFUL WHAT YOU SOW 56
    18 THE CARE OF OUR STREETS 58
    19 A NOBLE ACT 62
    20 FAIRYLAND 65
    21 THE TONGUE 69
    22 GOOD 0R BAD? 73
    23 STICK TO YOUR BUSH 76
    24 PERSEVERANCE 80
    25 BUSY RAINDROPS 82
    26 BUSY BROOKS 86
    27 FABLES 90
    28 SUMMER WOODS 95
    29 A CLUMSY PET 99
    30 WHAT THE NETTLE SAID 103
    31 STORY OF A LION 107
    32 THE MAN THAT CARRIED THE BRICK 111
    33 THE WOOD-CUTTERS AND THE BIRDS 115
    34 FUSS-AND-FRET 119
    35 ABOUT MICE 122
    36 “STAND FAST.” 126
    37 “HE'S A BRICK.” 130
    38 LESSONS FROM LITTLE THINGS 134
    39 OBEYING ORDERS 137
    40 ONLY A RIBBON 142
    41 THE GOLDEN TOUCH (Ⅰ) 146
    42 THE GOLDEN TOUCH (Ⅱ) 150
    43 THE GOLDEN TOUCH (Ⅲ) 154
    44 A HIGH MARK 159
    45 CONTENTMENT 163
    46 ADRIFT ON AN ICE-RAFT 166
    47 BABY SEALS 170
    48 THE BEAR AND THE BEES 173
    49 MICHAEL THE UPRIGHT 176
    50 KILLING A RATTLESNAKE 181
    51 HELP ONE ANOTHER 185
    52 THE LADY-BIRD AND THE ANT 188
    53 A BONE THAT NEEDED BREAKING 191
    54 USEFUL GRASSES (Ⅰ) 195
    55 USEFUL GRASSES (Ⅱ) 200
    56 GIVING 205
    57 THE HOUSE I LIVE IN 207
    58 KEEP THE BODY CLEAN 210
    59 FRESH AIR 214
    60 EXERCISE 218
    61 POETRY FOR RECITATION 222
    ……
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    AMONG THE ALLIGATORS
    1.One afternoon in May,I had paddled a few miles up a sluggish Florida river,in an almost uninhabited part of the country.As evening fell,I returned in the canoe,floating with the current.The woods were full
    of perfume,and I drifted idly along,drinking in the balmy breath of the pines and the fragrance of the lilies and other flowers which grew on every side.
    2.The gentle hum of insects filled the air,and softened the shrill voices of the frogs among the reeds,while now and then trills of exquisite bell-like notes rang out from the throats of mocking-birds.Myriads of fire-flies flashed and faded in the thick undergrowth.Presently the moon sent her pale light through the thick foliage of the trees,and the misty vapour over the river shone with a faint silvery sheen.Enchanted
    with the beauty of the night,I let the current drift me slowly onward,though the damp air warned me to hasten my return.
    3.As I entered a wide lagoon surrounded by a rank growth of marshy plants,I found the air filled with a musky odour.I knew by experience that it was the odour given out by the alligator.Soon I heard that sharp clacking noise which these creatures are fond of making with their huge jaws;and presently I saw a large alligator not fifteen feet away on my right,close to the bank of the river.In the bright moonlight,and in that clear water,the long body of the creature shone grayish-green.Every mark on it was distinct.Right ahead I saw another,and there was still another to my left;and farther on,in the shadow of the reeds,lay one,two,three big ones and several small ones.In front,the waters swarmed with them.
    4.Drifting like a log with the stream,the canoe did not attract their attention.It was necessary to steer very carefully,however,in order to escape a collision with them,as one of them might return the blow
    with a snap of his formidable jaws.In spite of all my precautions,while passing under the shadow of some great trees,I ran straight upon the back of a large female alligator without seeing her.She did not move;and as the canoe grated against her side in passing on,her eyes glared into mine so near that I could have touched them with my fingers.I cocked my rifle,but the great creature made no effort to attack me.Then I saw about twenty little alligators regain their places on her back and head,from which my canoe had thrown them.