Georgie Porgie single work   children's fiction   children's  
Issue Details: First known date: 1946 1946
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When Georgie Porgie ran away from the crying girls, he was crying too. The girls were afraid of him because he was as fat as a plum pudding. The not so Wise Old Owl tells him that to lose weight he must stop eating altogether. Georgie saves a mouse from the greedy owl who shares a secret: that if you are kind and nice to girls, they won't cry when you kiss them. Georgie meets his cousin Gwenyth on the way home, helps her to mend her doll's pram, and is rewarded with a hug and a kiss.

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