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Sir Charles filled the teapot and put the tea-cosy on. Then he lifted a silver cover from a plate on which there were a number of slices of bread. By now the Spaniel had joined him and was thumping his tail. ” said Sir Charles. ” Then he put a slice of bread on a toasting fork. It was no ordinary toasting fork, for it was made of iron and nearly four feet long. It was really meant for pushing logs into position. But it was just what Sir Charles needed, and he handled it with great skill, avoiding the flaming logs and toasting the bread where the wood glowed red hot.
Try not to be too frightened. Remember we are going to rescue them. Our puppies were stolen by Cruella de Vil’s orders—so that she can have their skins made into a fur coat. ” Missis had collapsed. She lay on the doorstep, panting, her eyes full of horror. “But it will be all right, dear Missis! They will be safe for months yet. ” Missis shuddered. Then she struggled to her feet. ” she cried. ” “That would do no good at all,” said Pongo firmly. “We must rescue the puppies first and think of our revenge later.
Tell Lucky not to be too daring! ” She would have sent a message to every one of the fifteen pups if Pongo had not whispered, “That’s enough, dear. We mustn’t make it too complicated. ” So they signed off and there was a sudden silence. And then, though not quite so loudly, they heard the Great Dane again. But this time he was not barking towards them. What they heard was their message, starting on its way to Suffolk. The Hundred And One Dalmatians 38 Chapter 6 To The Rescue! ” Missis said, “No, Pongo.
101 Dalmatians (Penguin Young Readers Level 3) by D Smith