Full Online Books
BOOK CATEGORIES
Authors Authors Short Stories Short Stories Long Stories Long Stories Funny Stories Funny Stories Love Stories Love Stories Stories For Kids Stories For Kids Poems Poems Essays Essays Nonfictions Nonfictions Plays Plays Folktales Folktales Fairy Tales Fairy Tales Fables Fables Learning Kitchen Learning Kitchen
LINKS
Valid XHTML 1.0 Transitional Free Classified Website Without Registration Free Classified Website Daniel Company
Twitter Twitter Add book
donate
Full Online Book HomeLong StoriesThe Life And Adventures Of Santa Claus - YOUTH - 1. Burzee
Famous Authors (View All Authors)
The Life And Adventures Of Santa Claus - YOUTH - 1. Burzee Post by :mardys Category :Long Stories Author :L. Frank Baum Date :April 2012 Read :1526

Click below to download : The Life And Adventures Of Santa Claus - YOUTH - 1. Burzee (Format : PDF)

The Life And Adventures Of Santa Claus - YOUTH - 1. Burzee

YOUTH - 1. Burzee

Have you heard of the great Forest of Burzee? Nurse used to sing of it when I was a child. She sang of the big tree-trunks, standing close together, with their roots intertwining below the earth and their branches intertwining above it; of their rough coating of bark and queer, gnarled limbs; of the bushy foliage that roofed the entire forest, save where the sunbeams found a path through which to touch the ground in little spots and to cast weird and curious shadows over the mosses, the lichens and the drifts of dried leaves.

The Forest of Burzee is mighty and grand and awesome to those who steal beneath its shade. Coming from the sunlit meadows into its mazes it seems at first gloomy, then pleasant, and afterward filled with never-ending delights.

For hundreds of years it has flourished in all its magnificence, the silence of its inclosure unbroken save by the chirp of busy chipmunks, the growl of wild beasts and the songs of birds.

Yet Burzee has its inhabitants--for all this. Nature peopled it in the beginning with Fairies, Knooks, Ryls and Nymphs. As long as the Forest stands it will be a home, a refuge and a playground to these sweet immortals, who revel undisturbed in its depths.

Civilization has never yet reached Burzee. Will it ever, I wonder?

If you like this book please share to your friends :
NEXT BOOKS

The Life And Adventures Of Santa Claus - YOUTH - 2. The Child of the Forest The Life And Adventures Of Santa Claus - YOUTH - 2. The Child of the Forest

The Life And Adventures Of Santa Claus - YOUTH - 2. The Child of the Forest
YOUTH - 2. The Child of the ForestOnce, so long ago our great-grandfathers could scarcely have heard it mentioned, there lived within the great Forest of Burzee a wood-nymph named Necile. She was closely related to the mighty Queen Zurline, and her home was beneath the shade of a widespreading oak. Once every year, on Budding Day, when the trees put forth their new buds, Necile held the Golden Chalice of Ak to the lips of the Queen, who drank therefrom to the prosperity of the Forest. So you see she was a nymph of some importance, and, moreover, it is
PREVIOUS BOOKS

The Wonderful Wizard Of Oz - Chapter 24. Home Again The Wonderful Wizard Of Oz - Chapter 24. Home Again

The Wonderful Wizard Of Oz - Chapter 24. Home Again
Chapter 24. Home AgainAunt Em had just come out of the house to water the cabbages when she looked up and saw Dorothy running toward her."My darling child!" she cried, folding the little girl in her arms and covering her face with kisses. "Where in the world did you come from?""From the Land of Oz," said Dorothy gravely. "And here is Toto, too. And oh, Aunt Em! I'm so glad to be at home again!"(The end)L. Frank Baum's fiction/novel: Wonderful Wizard of Oz
NEXT 10 BOOKS | PREVIOUS 10 BOOKS | RANDOM 10 BOOKS
LEAVE A COMMENT