1 I never saw a boy foxes and crows loved.
2 A boy was sitting under a tree, with his back against it, playing on a rough wooden pipe.
3 He was a funny looking boy about twelve.
4 She had never seen such a funny boy, or such a nice one.
5 The boy had a sharp, delicate face the color of ivory and he seemed to have eyes too big for it.
6 He looked like a boy who had been ill, but he was crying more as if he were tired and cross than as if he were in pain.
7 A sort of angry shadow passed over the boy's face.
8 "I don't want it to be a dream," the boy said restlessly.
9 Mary had not known that she herself had been spoiled, but she could see quite plainly that this mysterious boy had been.
10 "I think he's a very spoiled boy," said Mary.
11 Then Mary was reminded of the boy Rajah again.
12 "I won't let that boy come here if you go and stay with him instead of coming to talk to me," he said.
13 "I am sorry to hear you were ill last night, my boy," Dr. Craven said a trifle nervously.
14 "He must be a strong boy and a steady boy," he said.
15 A boy, and a fox, and a crow, and two squirrels, and a new-born lamb, are coming to see me this morning.