'In spring, Mother Frog laid nine hundred and ninety-nine eggs in the little pond. One warm day, out hatched nine hundred and ninety-nine tadpoles. They were tiny, but full of beans. Mother and Father Frog were delighted. They told their babies, 'Grow big. Grow strong.' The nine hundred and ninety-nine tadpoles grew and grew. All squeezed together in the pond, they croaked up quite a din: 'Can't move!' 'Can't breathe!' Mother and Father sighed. 'It's good they've grown but - ' ' - what shall we do?' Both said at the same time: 'We'll have to move.'
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