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He was especially fond of pancakes. The frying pan for making them was so big that people would skate around it with slabs of bacon tied to their feet to grease it. ” People called it the “blue winter” because the snow that fell was all blue! One night Paul heard an animal crying. When he looked outside, he saw a pair of silky blue ears sticking out of the snow. Paul pulled and pulled. Out of the blue snow came a baby blue ox! Paul took the ox home with him and named it Babe. When Babe grew up, he was nearly as big as a small mountain.

Kangaroo liked to sleep outdoors beneath the stars. Each thought his way of sleeping was the best. Then one night a terrible storm cracked open the sky, and harsh winds and rain scoured the land. Kangaroo was outside and was miserable in the cold, wet night. He knocked on Wombat’s house and called to Wombat to let him come in and warm up. But Wombat thought of how much room Kangaroo would take up, so he refused to let him in. Kangaroo was very angry about being locked out in the storm. He picked up a big rock and dropped it through the roof of Wombat’s house.

Roos sleep an time in tre es rather th d spend much an ground. An d when the on the y are on th ground, th e ey walk ra ther than h op. L ong ago, before kangaroos had long tails and before wombats had flat heads, the animals played and lived together. Kangaroo and Wombat were great friends and spent every day together. But at night each one liked to sleep a different way. Wombat liked to sleep indoors, warm and snug. Kangaroo liked to sleep outdoors beneath the stars. Each thought his way of sleeping was the best.

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