By Diane Warshawsky, Shinichi Suzuki, Anne R. Dow (editor)
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Some clowns make you smile and feel good. ~ - . - -- Some clowns make you feel bad. 47 - • .. • Some are not funny at all. 49 Look at that clown With his pants falling down And his big ears that wiggle. He makes me giggle! - - 50 - , • • • Look at that clown With his mouth in a frown And a tear in his eye. ",.. " He makes me cry. 51 Some things make Pluto happy. - - Some things make Pluto sad. Some things make Pluto angry. 52 53 • - • • ,,- • Don't go away! There 's much more to come!
He makes the lion sit ... and stand, jump through a ring, - -- - jump over a stick. - The people clap. The people cheer. The people shout. "Hooray! " The lion tamer comes out of the cage. • • - Hooray! ,........ • Hooray! -. -- He takes a bow... and walks away. 33 Daisy makes Huey, Dewey, and Louie clean up their room before they go to the circus show. Daisy makes Dewey put 34 Huey, Dewey, and Louie have finished cleaning up their room. Now may we go? Daisy lets them go to the big circus show. 35 36 • • • • -- • • - - • -• • - ~.
Well. well! Would you look at that? He must be on my hat! 42 He is on my hat! Oh. that cat! • Presenting the clowns! -. - • • • • 45 - Some clowns make you happy. J " Some clowns make you sad. · 'Some clowns make you smile and feel good. ~ - . - -- Some clowns make you feel bad. 47 - • .. • Some are not funny at all. 49 Look at that clown With his pants falling down And his big ears that wiggle. He makes me giggle! - - 50 - , • • • Look at that clown With his mouth in a frown And a tear in his eye.
Disney's World of English : Basic ABC's + , Book 8 by Diane Warshawsky, Shinichi Suzuki, Anne R. Dow (editor)