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Page 200 of All about Johnnie Jones / by Carolyn Verhoeff.

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ALL ABOUT JOHNNIE JONES when he heard Father say: "You were a brave boy and I am proud of you." Johnnie Jones's uncle was sorry he had been so careless as to turn his back when the wind was blowing such a gale, and promised that it should never happen again. Johnnie Jones was more careful, too, and had no further trouble in the water. Every day, Father gave him a swimming lesson, and before the time came to return to the city, Johnnie Jones felt very much at home in the water. He could swim very well, and could float, lying flat on his back, but another summer passed before he had quite learned to dive. [200]

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