Pages 2 and 3

“His Majesty’s hawk nose was useful to”

Pages 4 and 5

“making himself at home in a bed with horns; the tale leaked out the corners of her mouth”

Pages 6 and 7

“near the forests of spruce and pine, soon after dawn in a thin river fog, the morning air laden”

Pages 8 and 9

“with cascading sobs. She did not know who he was, a spider gleaming”

Pages 10 and 11

“with a curious eye and a glass ear.”



Page 12 and 13

“He doffed a steaming kiss, passing it from hand to hand when it became too hot to hold.”

Pages 14 and 15

“They  came galloping onto his lips, reluctant to leave.”

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