"Mary and Her Little Lamb," "Humpty Dumpty and the Egg," "Tom the Piper's Son and His Pig," "The Town Mouse and the Country Mouse," "Silverhair and the Little Wee Bear," "Robinson Crusoe and His Parrot," "The Lion and the Unicorn," "The Witch and Her Black Cat," "Nancy Netticoat and the Candle," "Santa Claus and the Christmas Tree," "The Frog Who Would A-Wooing Go and the Lily White Duck," "Dick Whittington and His Cat."
PRINTED IN COLORS
NEW YORK FREDERICK A. STOKES COMPANY PUBLISHERS
Copyright, 1907, by FREDERICK A. STOKES COMPANY September, 1907
How to Make Mary and Her Lamb
Cut out the two double figures. Fold on the dotted lines marked A A A A so that the upper part of each of the four figures projects forward as shown in the small picture X. Fold on the lines marked B B where the figures join each other so that the colored surfaces face outward, and then, beginning at the feet, paste the front view of Mary to the back view of the lamb as far as the dotted lines A A. In the same way paste the front view of the lamb to the back view of Mary—as far up as the lines A A. Now paste together the front and back of the upper part of Mary. Then paste together the front and back of the upper part of the lamb. Cut off the letters A A A A B B.
Now if the lamb is held by the feet and turned inside out, Mary will appear, and vice versa. MAKE ALL THE OTHER CHANGELINGS IN PRECISELY THE SAME WAY.
The Changelings will stand alone. If they do not stand firmly after you have turned them, pinch them slightly along the dotted lines that were marked A A A A.
Look carefully at the finished Changeling in the front of the book. It will help you to make all the Magic Changelings
Mary and her Little Lamb
Humpty Dumpty and the Egg
Tom the Piper's Son and his Pig
The Town Mouse and the Country Mouse
Silverhair and the Little Wee Bear
Robinson Crusoe and his Parrot
The Lion and the Unicorn
The Witch and her Black Cat
Nancy Netticoat and the Candle
Santa Claus and the Christmas Tree
The Frog who would A-Wooing Go and the Lily White Duck