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May 5, 2021

Today we get the first of two stories narrated by Sandburg's Hatrack the Horse, 'How Six Umbrellas Took Off Their Straw Hats to Show Respect to the One Big Umbrella'.

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May 3, 2021

This week we have three new stories about Hatrack the Horse, beginning with 'How the Three Wild Babylonian Baboons Went Away in the Rain Eating Bread and Butter'.

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Apr 30, 2021

Our final story this week is a traveling tale of sorts, 'How Six Pigeons Came Back to Hatrack the Horse After Many Accidents and Six Telegrams' is a Carl Sandburg fairytale where we learn about a trip through telegrams.

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Apr 28, 2021

In Carl Sandburg's fairytale 'How Rag Bag Mammy Kept Her Secret While the Wind Blew Away the Village of Hat Pins' we never do find out what's in that rag bag.

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Apr 26, 2021

This week we're starting off with a silly fairytale from Carl Sandburg's "Rootabaga Pigeons" - 'Shush Shush, the Big Buff Banty Hen Who Laid an Egg in the Postmaster’s Hat'.

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