Snubby Nose and Tippy

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  • They pretended to look for Snubby Nose and Tippy Toes, though they knew they had gone away. Cited from Snubby Nose and Tippy Toes, by Laura Rountree Smith
  • He lowered his green cotton umbrella and helped Snubby Nose and Tippy Toes up into the merry-go-round. Cited from Snubby Nose and Tippy Toes, by Laura Rountree Smith
  • Snubby Nose and Tippy Toes were so still they did not wink an eyelash. Cited from Snubby Nose and Tippy Toes, by Laura Rountree Smith
  • "Where they have gone to nobody knows, I'll find Snubby Nose and Tippy Toes." Cited from Snubby Nose and Tippy Toes, by Laura Rountree Smith
  • Snubby Nose and Tippy Toes sat as still as they could in their little chairs by the fire and never winked an eyelash. Cited from Snubby Nose and Tippy Toes, by Laura Rountree Smith
  • Snubby Nose and Tippy Toes danced up to him and told him how Bushy-Tail had tried to get in. Cited from Snubby Nose and Tippy Toes, by Laura Rountree Smith
  • Snubby Nose and Tippy Toes jumped down from the merry-go-round and danced this way and danced that way, and for all I know they are dancing yet! Cited from Snubby Nose and Tippy Toes, by Laura Rountree Smith
  • At last Snubby Nose and Tippy Toes stopped talking and dancing, and they all listened to Grandpa Grumbles. Cited from Snubby Nose and Tippy Toes, by Laura Rountree Smith
  • Snubby Nose and Tippy Toes danced in front beating a drum. Cited from Snubby Nose and Tippy Toes, by Laura Rountree Smith
  • They looked in every nook and corner, but knew well enough that Snubby Nose and Tippy Toes had gone sailing away with Grandpa Grumbles. Cited from Snubby Nose and Tippy Toes, by Laura Rountree Smith
  • I don't know what would have happened next, but Grandpa Grumbles went outside, and opened wide his green cotton umbrella, and invited Snubby Nose and Tippy Toes to step inside. Cited from Snubby Nose and Tippy Toes, by Laura Rountree Smith
  • Snubby Nose and Tippy Toes hung on to the back of the sleigh and they went whizzing merrily homeward, the wind whistling in their ears. Cited from Snubby Nose and Tippy Toes, by Laura Rountree Smith
  • So Susan made cookies and Snubby Nose and Tippy Toes packed their little traveling bags and Bunny packed their lunches in the little baskets. Cited from Snubby Nose and Tippy Toes, by Laura Rountree Smith
  • Snubby Nose and Tippy Toes and the Seventeen Little Bears did not know whether Grandpa Grumbles was teasing or not. Cited from Snubby Nose and Tippy Toes, by Laura Rountree Smith