What Sally Learned

[Of Special Interest to Children]

Little Sally had gone to the Christian Science Sunday School ever since she could remember. She loved it, so she was eager to start going to day school. Kindergarten was fun, but when in the first grade the children began to learn words and sentences. Sally seemed to have trouble.

One noon, when she came home to lunch, she didn't want to eat. She just couldn't swallow. She didn't cry, but her mother could see that she wanted to. Laying her hand on Sally's curls, she asked: "Don't you want to tell Mother about it, dear? Is error telling you that you are unhappy?"

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