The Light Is Here!

[Of Special Interest to Children]

Teddy's home was built in a shady little ravine in the side of a hill. One of the things which he liked to do best of all was to sit in the large window seat in his living room and look down the hillside, across the lake in the floor of the valley, to the hills on the other side. If he got there early enough, before the sun had climbed very high into the sky, he could watch the trees on the tops of the opposite hills change from shadowy blurs to fine, bright trees, easy to see as the sunlight touched them.

Of course, the higher the sun climbed above the hills behind Teddy's house, the farther the light seemed to travel down the other side of the valley till it crossed the lake. Then the most exciting part of all came when the shadows on his own hillside disappeared as the sunlight came up, until at last it flooded his play yard with its bright warmth.

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