Pelle's New Suit Quotes

10 of the best book quotes from Pelle's New Suit
“Pelle has a lamb whose coat grows longer and longer, while Pelle’s Sunday suit grows shorter!”
“Pelle lived on a farm with his mother and father in the country. His grandmother and grandfather lived near him.”
“So Pelle and his father cut the long wool from the lamb for Pelle’s new suit. Now the wool must be combed to make it soft and smooth,′ said Pelle’s mother.”
“Pelle shears the lamb, and the wool is carded, spun, dyed and woven. Finally, the tailor makes a new suit for Pelle.”
“The wool is ready to be spun into yarn,′ said Pelle’s mother. ‘I think Grandmother will do this for you.’ So Pelle gathered all the wool in a big basket. He carried the basket of wool to his grandmother.”
“Now Pelle had a little lamb for his very own. He cared for him and played with him and fed him very day.”
“Your jacket is too short and your pants are too short. You do need a new suit.′ ‘If a cut the wool from my lam,’ said Pelle, ‘can I make a suit from that?’
“Grandmother, I need a new suit,′ said Pelle. ‘Father and I sheared the wool. Mother and I combed the wool. Will you spin the wool into yarn’ Grandmother said, ‘Yes, you need a new suit!”
“The little lamb grew and grew. Soon he was a big wooly lamb. His woolly white coat grew longer and longer. Pelle also grew and grew.”
“One day Pelle said to his father and his mother, ‘My lamb has a long woolly coat. But my suit is short and tight. It is too small for me.’ ‘Yes, it is,’ said his mother.”
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