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Bunny Brown and His Sister Sue on Grandpa's Farm
"We'll take this one, Bunny," she said.
"All right, Sue. Maybe this one will take us home."
So they walked on and on. But Sue's guess had not been a very good one, even though she had played her queer little game. She and Bunny were deeper in the woods than ever.
"Oh, dear!" cried the little girl. "I've just got to sit down. Bunny. My legs is so tired!"
"Mine is too," Bunny said, too weary to speak more properly. "We'll both rest, Sue, and then we'll holler some more."
"And what will we do if nobody comes to get us?"
"We'll go back and take the other path, Sue. Maybe we came on the wrong one."
"Maybe we did." Sue was glad to have the other path to think about Perhaps that might be the one that would lead them home. She and Bunny sat on a log to rest, and then, once more, Bunny gave a loud shout.
"Hello! Hello!" he cried. "We're lost! Somebody come and find us!"
Sue joined in, crying in her shrill little voice. But, for a while, no one answered.