'Nay, nay; just see what a lovely lot of geese flying yonder', she said to the Fox. Out ran Reynard to fetch a fat roast. But while he was gone, the Hen woke up the Cock, and told him how it had gone with Goosey-Poosey and Ducky-Lucky; and so Cocky-Lucky and Henny-Penny flew out through the chimney, and if they hadn't got to the Dovrefell, it surely would have been all over with the world.

'I'm going to the Dovrefell that the world mayn't come to an end', said the Goose. 'Who told you that, Goosey-Poosey? asked the Fox. 'Ducky-Lucky. 'Who told you that, Ducky-Lucky? 'Cocky-Locky. 'Who told you that, Cocky-Locky? 'Henny-Penny. 'How do you know that, Henny-Penny?

So they went off together, and after a bit they met a Goose. 'Good day, Goosey-Poosey', said the Duck. 'Good day, Ducky-Lucky', said the Goose, 'whither away so early? 'I'm going to the Dovrefell, that the world mayn't come to an end', said the Duck. 'Who told you that, Ducky-Lucky? asked the Goose. 'Cocky-Locky. 'Who told you that, Cocky-Locky? 'Henny-Penny.

'Good day, Henny-Penny', said the Cock, 'whither away so early. 'Oh, I'm going to the Dovrefell, that the world mayn't come to an end', said the Hen. 'Who told you that, Henny-Penny', said the Cock. 'I sat in the oak and dreamt it last night', said the Hen. 'I'll go with you', said the Cock. Well! they walked on a good bit, and then they met a Duck. 'Good day, Ducky-Lucky', said the Cock.

"I shall call you Chicken Little, because we have Henny and Penny; and the girls and Tab downstairs can be Goosey-Loosey, Turkey-Lurkey, and Cocky-Locky. I'll be Ducky-Lucky, and I'm sure Foxy-Loxy lives next door," said Cicely, laughing at her own wit, while Miss Henny looked up, saying, with the first smile Rosy had seen,