Now it happened that Kanga had felt rather motherly that morning, and Wanting to Count Things — like Roo's vests, and how many pieces of soap there were left, and the two clean spots in Tigger's feeder.
Now, happened, motherly, morning, Wanting, Count, Things, vests, pieces
A Kanga is generally regarded as one of the fiercer animals. I am not frightened of fierce animals in the ordinary way, but it is well known that, if one of the fiercer animals is deprived of its young, it becomes as fierce as two of the fiercer animals.
regarded, one, fiercer, animals, frightened, fierce, ordinary, known, deprived
She would do a Good Thing without thinking about it.
about, thinking, without, thing, good, do, would, she, Kangaroo
Kanga said to Roo, "Drink up your milk first, dear, and talk afterwards." So Roo, who was drinking his milk, tried to say that he could do both at once . . . and had to be patted on the back and dried for quite a long time afterwards.
Roo, Drink, milk, first, talk, afterwards, who, drinking, tried
...and then he and Roo pushed each other about in a friendly way, and Tigger accidentally knocked over one or two chairs by accident, and Roo accidentally knocked over one on purpose, and Kanga said, "Now then, run along."
then, Roo, pushed, other, friendly, Tigger, accidentally, knocked, over
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