heard. They had many friends, and everybody in town knew and liked them.
"And now we're going to have more good fun!" said Bunny, on the afternoon of the day when Grandpa Brown's letter came. "Oh, I Just love it on the farm."
"We can play in the hay, and go after the cows, and hunt eggs," said Sue.
"But you mustn't fall into any hen's nest, as you did once in our barn, and get your dress all egg," said Bunny.
"I won't," promised Sue. "Oh, Bunny, I can hardly wait!" and she jumped up and down, she was so excited and happy.
"Neither can I," said her brother. "I'll tell you what let's do!"
"What?" asked Sue.
"Let's go down to Mrs. Redden's and get a lollypop. We have our penny, and mother said we could each spend one this afternoon."
"All right," Sue replied. "And then shall we go in and see Wango, the monkey?"
"I guess so. But we'd better eat our lollypops first, or he'll beg them away from us."
Wango was very fond of candy, and if the