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The Adventure into Gibby-gibby Land

They had builders and tailors and bakers and barbers and every kind of worker they needed. Everybody worked. The little Gibby-gibbys were taught to work in school. Having no legs, they had to work much harder than Puskins. Even getting around was more trouble so the Puskins were surprised to see what a beautiful town they had and what splendid fields, and how happy they all were, singing songs in their whistler's voices while they worked, and always kind and polite ot each other.